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Effectiveness of training family physicians to deliver a brief intervention to address excessive substance use among young patients: a cluster randomized controlled trial

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Ukoumunne, Obioha C
Published in Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2014, vol. 186, no. 8, p. E263-72
Abstract Brief interventions delivered by family physicians to address excessive alcohol use among adult patients are effective. We conducted a study to determine whether such an intervention would be similarly effective in reducing binge drinking and excessive cannabis use among young people.
Keywords AdolescentAlcoholism/prevention & control/therapyAttitude of Health PersonnelCluster AnalysisConfidence IntervalsFemaleHumansIntervention StudiesMaleOdds RatioPatient Education as TopicPhysician's Practice PatternsPhysicians, Family/educationPilot ProjectsSubstance-Related Disorders/prevention & control/therapySwitzerlandTreatment OutcomeYoung Adult
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PMID: 24616136
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Research groups Médecine interne générale et pédiatrie ambulatoires (968)
Gastroentérologie et transplantation (pédiatrie) (181)
Médecine de l'addiction (129)
Groupe Jean-Michel Gaspoz (23)
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HALLER, Dagmar M. et al. Effectiveness of training family physicians to deliver a brief intervention to address excessive substance use among young patients: a cluster randomized controlled trial. In: Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2014, vol. 186, n° 8, p. E263-72. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:55166

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