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Commentary on Anderson et al. (2016): The question is not just whether to incentivize and train practitioners on alcohol screening and brief advice, but how?

Citation
Fitzgerald N (2016) Commentary on Anderson et al. (2016): The question is not just whether to incentivize and train practitioners on alcohol screening and brief advice, but how?. [Commentary on: Anderson P., Bendtsen P., Spak F., Reynolds J., Drummond C.,Segura L. et al. Improving the delivery of brief interventionsfor heavy drinking in primary health care: outcome resultsof the ODHIN five-country cluster randomized factorial trial.Addiction 2016; 111:935–45.] Addiction, 111 (11), pp. 1946-1947.

Commentary of
Anderson P., Bendtsen P., Spak F., Reynolds J., Drummond C.,Segura L. et al. Improving the delivery of brief interventionsfor heavy drinking in primary health care: outcome resultsof the ODHIN five-country cluster randomized factorial trial.Addiction 2016; 111:935–45.

Keywords
Alcohol; brief advice; brief intervention; financial incentives; implementation; pay for performance; remuneration; screening; training

StatusPublished
AuthorsFitzgerald Niamh
Publication date11/2016
Publication date online09/10/2016
Date accepted by journal27/06/2016
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
ISSN 0965-2140
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Addiction: Volume 111, Issue 11

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