ODHIN Technical Reports and Deliverables

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ODHIN Final summary report ODHIN Final summary report

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Final publishable summary report of the ODHIN project, as submitted to the European Commission.

ODHIN Third Periodic Report ODHIN Third Periodic Report

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ODHIN Third periodic technical report as submitted to the European Commission.

This report details the scientific project work undertaken in all work packages between 1st January 2014 and the formal end of the project, 31st December 2014.

Deliverable 7.1 Future challenges guidance Deliverable 7.1 Future challenges guidance

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Date added: 02/13/2015
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Final report from ODHIN's 'From science to policy' WP7, containing the overall findings of the ODHIN project, with guidance for the future governance of delivering screening and brief intervention programmes for heavy drinking in primary health care

Addendum to D3.1 Cost-effectiveness: analysis of the WP5 trial Addendum to D3.1 Cost-effectiveness: analysis of the WP5 trial

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Date added: 01/15/2015
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This addendum report to Deliverable 3.1 on cost-effectiveness modelling uses the data and results of the ODHIN randomised controlled trial to model the long-term cost-effectiveness of different approaches for increasing screening and brief intervention activities for heavy drinking in primary health care settings.

 

 

Deliverable 5.2 Implementation science Deliverable 5.2 Implementation science

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Date added: 12/29/2014
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Implementation science: a scientific report describing the methods, results and conclusions of the ODHIN randomized controlled trial (RCT)

The ODHIN WP5 (RCT) aimed to evaluate the impact of training and support, financial reimbursement, and referral to an internet-based method of delivering advice (e-BI), singly or in combination, on primary health care providers' intervention rates for heavy drinkers. This report summarises the methods and presents the main results of the trial.