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Although screening and brief intervention is effective at reducing alcohol consumption in primary care and is recommended by guidelines, there are numerous barriers to its delivery. Screening newly-registered patients for alcohol-use disorders provides an opportunity for systematic collection of alcohol consumption data.

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Type

Journal article

Publisher

BJGP

Publication Date

11/2013

Volume

e706

Addresses

Zarnie Khadjesari, UCL, Research Department of , Primary Care and Population Health, Upper 3rd , Floor, Royal Free Hospital, Rowland Hill Street, , London, NW3 2PF, UK., E-mail: z.khadjesari@ucl.ac.uk

Keywords

alcohol drinking; cross-sectional studies; ONS , Opinions (Omnibus) survey; primary health care; , The Health Improvement Network (THIN)