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Challenges to alcohol and other drug discussions in the general practice consultation

By Helen J Moriarty, Maria H Stubbe, Laura Chen, Rachel M Tester, Lindsay M Macdonald, Anthony C Dowell and Kevin P Dew

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Background. There is a widely held expectation that GPs will routinely use opportunities to provide opportunistic screening and brief intervention for alcohol and other drug (AOD) abuse, a major cause of preventable death and morbidity

Topics: Qualitative Research
Publisher: Oxford University Press
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3312113
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