Nurse-delivered brief interventions for hazardous drinkers with alcohol-related facial trauma: a prospective randomised controlled trial. AIMS: To assess the impact of two methods of brief nurse-delivered brief interventions in reducing drinking variables in hazardous drinkers with alcohol-related facial injuries. METHODS: A randomised controlled trial of two brief interventions involving hazardous drinkers with facial trauma …∞
Training; Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Description: This course is designed for Substance Abuse Counselors and Professionals in the Social Service field with an overview of domestic violence and substance abuse. This education course will cover various forms of domestic violence, identification of risk factors and causes, intervention and treatment approaches. http://www.nattc.org/addictionEd/courseDetail.asp?org=262&CourseID=1401 See also; Twelve …∞
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Benefit Adolescents Who Attend While Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has existed for more than 70 years, and is the most commonly sought source of help for alcohol-related problems, there is little â€œhard scientific evidenceâ€ showing that AA and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) can improve substance-use outcomes. This study examined how helpful AA …∞
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