General practitioner screening for excessive alcohol use. Brief screening tools should be used in general practice.
Screening and referral for brief intervention of alcohol-misusing patients in an emergency department: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial.
The Paddington Alcohol Test: a short report.
Attitudes towards alcohol of emergency department doctors trained in the detection of alcohol misuse.
The Paddington Alcohol Test.
Emergency departments are well placed to identify alcohol misuse problems.
Comparing population estimates for drug users, the prevalence of blood-borne viruses and the provision of services in one London borough: Evidence of a gap in provision?: Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy
Efficacy of alcohol screening in the accident and emergency department managed by reception staff: A pilot study: Emergency Medicine Journal
Screening and referral for brief intervention of alcohol-misusing patients in an emergency department: A pragmatic randomised controlled trial: Lancet
Substance use among patients attending an accident and emergency department : Emergency Medicine Journal
Alcohol: A missed opportunity. A survey of all accident and emergency departments in England: Emergency Medicine Journal
The Paddington Alcohol Test: A short report: Alcohol and Alcoholism
Alcohol-related presentations to the emergency department among young people: some concerns.
Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention for Adolescents: The How, What and Where of Reducing Alcohol Consumption and Related Harm Among Young People.
Hazardous drinking among patients attending a minor injuries unit: a pilot study.
Drugs, alcohol and sexual health: opportunities to influence risk behaviour.
Alcohol: Signs of improvement. The 2nd national Emergency Department survey of alcohol identification and intervention activity: Emergency Medicine Journal
Hazardous drinking among patients attending a minor injuries unit: A pilot study: Emergency Medicine Journal
Hazardous drinkers in the accident and emergency department - Who attends an appointment with the alcohol health worker?: Emergency Medicine Journal
Impact of health consequences feedback on patients acceptance of advice about alcohol consumption: Emergency Medicine Journal
General practitioner screening for excessive alcohol use : British Medical Journal
Excessive drinkers may benefit from brief interventions, but screening in general practice for case finding is not efficient: Evidence-Based Healthcare
Hazardous drinkers in the accident and emergency department - Who accepts advice?: Emergency Medicine Journal
Substance use among patients attending an accident and emergency department.
Prevalence of tobacco, cocaine and alcohol use amongst patients attending for methadone-maintenance therapy in a rural setting: Journal of Substance Use
STI clinic demonstrates potential as a location to provide education to parents: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Cost-effectiveness of screening and referral to an alcohol health worker in alcohol misusing patients attending an accident and emergency department: a decision-making approach.
The half-life of the 'teachable moment' for alcohol misusing patients in the emergency department.