Brief Intervention in Primary Care Settings

Fleming, Michael; Manwell, Linda Baier
June 1999
Alcohol Research & Health;1999, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p128
Academic Journal
Examines brief interventions as a treatment approach for patients with alcohol-related problems. Where brief interventions can help reduce the drinking levels of nondependent drinkers; Essential elements of brief intervention; Evidence of brief intervention's effectiveness in primary care settings.


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