The ODHIN Trials are a large scale study exploring the effectiveness of brief interventions in primary care for alcohol problems. As alcohol is increasingly targeted by universal services its findings shed light on what works, or does not work, for extremely time-limited alcohol interventions. Recently Findings published an interesting analysis of what this pan-European study found. To read the analysis, click here.
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