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ODHIN e-guidance

ODHIN e-guidance ( 2 Files )

e-Guidance for the future of Identification and Brief Intervention (IBI) programmes based on the findings of the ODHIN project.

  • e-Guidance for commissioners and funders of primary health care
  • e-Guidance for primary health care providers
ODHIN eReaders

ODHIN eReaders ( 2 Files )

As part of the dissemination strategy of the ODHIN project and as a way to make more visible some of the results of the project some e-Readers will be published and available in this section.

Frontiers in Psychiatry - special issue

Frontiers in Psychiatry - special issue ( 9 Files )

The journal Frontiers in Psychiatry is publishing a special issue on the research topic Brief interventions for risky drinkers with results arisen from the research performed by the ODHIN partners in collaboration with with two other EU funded collaborative research projects closely related to ODHIN: BISTAIRS and EWA.

The papers already published can be found in this two sections:

ODHIN related publications

Other publication on Brief interventions for risky drinkers

 

 

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The ODHIN assessment tool .... The ODHIN assessment tool ....

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Date added: 09/29/2014
Date modified: 09/29/2014
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Full title: The ODHIN assessment tool: a tool to describe the available services for the management of hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption at the country and regional level.

Authors: Emanuele Scafato, Claudia Gandin, Miranda Laurant, Myrna Keurhorst, Marko Kolsek, Antoni Gual, Silvia Matrai, Jillian Reynolds, Joan Colom, Lidia Segura, Eileen Kaner, Dorothy Newbury Birch, Peter Anderson, Fredrik Spak, Preben Bendtsen, Hana Sovinova, Pierluigi Struzzo, Brzozka Krzysztof, Cristina Ribeiro, Van Schayck Onno, Gaby Ronda, Colin Drummond, Artur Mierzecki.

The ODHIN assessment tool: a tool to describe the available services for the management of hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption at the country and regional level.

Working with hazardous and harmful drinkers... Working with hazardous and harmful drinkers...

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Date added: 03/02/2015
Date modified: 03/02/2015
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Full title: Working with hazardous and harmful drinkers: derivation and validation of a model for predicting distinct general practitioners groups.

Authors: Frederico Rosario and Cristina Ribeiro

Published in January 2013 by Addiction science & clinical practice