Alcohol brief interventions practice following training for multidisciplinary health and social care teams

Source: Drug and Alcohol Review, 2015, 34 (2), p185-193

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Date of publication: March, 2015

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In a nutshell: This qualitative interview study sought to explore the impact of training on alcohol brief interventions (ABI) delivery by staff from a variety of health and social care teams. It found that very few practitioners reported delivery of any ABIs following training primarily because they felt ABIs to be inappropriate for their clients.  This study concluded that identified barriers to ABI delivery included issues relating to individual practitioners, their teams, current practice and the ABI model.

Length of publication: 9 page report

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