Screening and brief intervention (SBI) can be patient-centred; but uptake is often low and/or poor quality; the question is does SBI improve health? Regardless, alcohol must still be addressed.


Screening and brief intervention (SBI) can be patient-centred; but uptake is often low and/or poor quality; the question is does SBI improve health? Regardless, alcohol must still be addressed | The BMJ

http://www.bmj.com/content/356/bmj.j116/rr-8

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