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Drinking Interventions in Pharmacies Study (DIPS): Development, implementation and evaluation of a pilot project to deliver interventions on alcohol issues in community pharmacies - Final Report

Citation
Fitzgerald N & Stewart D (2006) Drinking Interventions in Pharmacies Study (DIPS): Development, implementation and evaluation of a pilot project to deliver interventions on alcohol issues in community pharmacies - Final Report. Alcohol Research UK. School of Pharmacy, Robert Gordon University.

Abstract
There is increasing concern amongst health professionals, social care professionals and policy makers at the rising level of alcohol consumption in the UK and the overwhelming evidence of the negative impact of excessive alcohol consumption on health. Excessive alcohol consumption is associated with an increased risk of a whole range of illnesses that collectively contribute substantially to the morbidity and mortality of the population as a whole (Alcohol Concern, 2006).

StatusPublished
AuthorsFitzgerald Niamh, Stewart Derek
Number of pages66
Publication date08/2006
URLhttp://alcoholresearchuk.org/…lReport_0038.pdf
PublisherSchool of Pharmacy, Robert Gordon University
LanguageEnglish
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