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Detection of problem drinkers in general practice

Michiel Cornel

Detection of problem drinkers in general practice

by Michiel Cornel

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Published by Thesis Publishers in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcoholics -- Identification.,
  • Alcoholism -- Diagnosis.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichiel Cornel.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination173 p. :
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18073265M
    ISBN 109051702647

    This book is based on the authors' more than two decades of research, which has established that problem drinkers people who have identifiable life difficulties because of their drinking, but who, unlike alcoholics, are not severely dependent on alcohol can often work through their own difficulties with alcohol if sufficiently motivated and supervised/5(3). Abstract. Sixteen general practitioners participated in a controlled trial of the Scottish Health Education Group's DRAMS (drinking reasonably and moderately with self-control) scheme. The scheme was evaluated by randomly assigning heavy or problem drinkers to three groups – a group participating in the DRAMS scheme (n = 34), Cited by:

      According to the latest study, almost 29 percent in their first decade of practice were found to be problem drinkers. In the next decade, between 11 . Although most considered general practice an appropriate place to treat problem drinkers and nearly all believed it was legitimate to inquire about patients' drinking, 70% said they would like.

    Participants' drinking habits were assessed during a telephone screening using the alcohol use disorders identification test (AUDIT) [31, 32]. An AUDIT score below 16 specifies low-to-moderate. A second reason might be that wine drinkers are not representative of heavy drinkers in general. They smoke less than the general population and they might have fewer or lesser drinking problems, as indicated by CAGE, than the general population of heavy drinkers. Cited by:


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Detection of problem drinkers in general practice by Michiel Cornel Download PDF EPUB FB2

General introduction --Ch. Recognition of problem drinkers and the role of the general practitioner --Ch. Random sampling from a general practice population --Ch.

Problem drinking in a general practice population; the construction of an interval scale for severity of problem drinking. DETECTION OF PROBLEM DRINKERS IN GENERAL PRACTICE.

Full text. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article Detection of problem drinkers in general practice book, or click on a page image below to browse page by : Paul Wallace. TY - THES. T1 - Detection of problem drinkers in general practice.

AU - Cornel, M. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. M3 - Doctoral Thesis. SN - Cited by: Detection of problem drinkers in general practice () Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNoteCited by: This article explores the role of the general practitioner in the detection and assessment of problem drinking.

Excessive alcohol use is a major public health problem and the majority of people. Brief intervention is moderately effective for nondependent heavy drinkers. Alcohol dependence is best treated using a comprehensive approach after identifying active physical and mental health issues and psychosocial concerns using counselling and : Ben Schwarz, Paul S Haber.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Paul Wallace. Problem drinking – detection and assessment in general practice FOCUS Reprinted from AustRAliAn FAmily PhysiciAn Vol.

40, no. 6, july transferase (GGt) is a useful indicator of excessive alcohol use, only one-third of heavy drinkers.

However, alcohol is associated with significant harm to drinkers, and also to nondrinkers. Objective/s. This article explores the role of the general practitioner in the detection and assessment of problem drinking. Discussion. Excessive alcohol use is a major public health problem and the majority of people who drink excessively go undetected.

Alcohol Cognitive Bias Modification training for problem drinkers over the web Article (PDF Available) in Addictive Behaviors 40C August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Objective:To assess the patient and physician characteristics that influence physicians’ detection of problem drinking in their medical patients.

Setting:The outpatient medical clinic at an urban university teaching hospital staffed by interns and residents. Design:Cross-sectional study of a rendomly chosen subsample of consecutive by: One of the most pragmatic, realistic, creative, and helpful books I've used in working with alcoholics and other addicts.

This approach, which integrates easily with other techniques, is based mainly on approaching people with an open mind and a willingness to treat their perceptions and wishes as the basis for working together on problems, rather than trying to dictate those things to them as /5.

Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice. The Red Book. Early detection of at risk drinking. Clinical resources Clinical guidelines Key RACGP guidelines View all RACGP guidelines Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice Early detection of at-risk drinking.

Detection of problem drinkers: the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT). Schmidt A(1), Barry KL, Fleming MF. Author information: (1)Department of Medicine, University of Wisconsin, by: Reviews of the 2nd edition ' a valuable and clearly written exposition of problem drinking' British Journal of Psychiatry, 'Certainly this book should provoke general practitioners to reassess their views about the problem and should be read by those people working in the field.' Family Practice, /5(2).

The two most useful tools to identify problem drinkers are the CAGE and the drinking problem question. Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: The univariable analyses of predicting detection of problem drinkers by the GP from patient and practitioner character- istics are summarized in T ables 3 and 4.

This book offers a real alternative to the 32 million Americans who are problem drinkers. Based on extensive scientific literature supporting moderation as a resolution for drinking problems, Responsible Drinking is the only book with research-based techniques that will help non-alcoholic readers overcome their drinking revolutionary workbook by the leading voices of the Cited by: 9.

Review of the Effectiveness of Treatment for Alcohol Problems (2) O'Brien CP. The CAGE questionnaire for detection of alcoholism: a remarkably useful but simple tool. JAMA.

;(17) (3) Bernadt et al (). Comparison of questionnaire and laboratory tests in detection of excessive drinking. The efficacy of specialist versus general practitioner (GP) treatment of problem drinkers was assessed in a randomised controlled trial.

40 problem drinkers referred consecutively to a specialist alcohol clinic by their GP were, after assessment, randomly allocated to either GP or specialist clinic treatment by:. Management of problem drinking presents the general practitioner with similar challenges and rewards to those associated with the management of other chronic conditions.

Objective/s. This article presents a framework for managing alcohol problems in general practice based on national guidelines for the treatment of alcohol problems.

Discussion. When general practitioners in Farmer and Greenwood’s () sample suspected problem drinking, the physicians screened with blood tests more often than with any other method. Short of clear evidence of alcoholism, primary care physicians tend not to identify drinking problems that can be detected and intervened by: 9.Denial is a glue choking the detection mechanism leading to successful identification and management of the alcoholic.

This aspect of denial in relation to a study carried out by a group of general practitioners to detect the hidden alcoholic in general practice will be discussed. Heavy Drinker Drinking Problem Social Drinker Practice Author: Rodney H. Wilkins.