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Facilitated Access to an Alcohol Reduction Website in Primary Care: The Pilot Phase of the EFAR-FVG Randomised Controlled Non-Inferiority Trial
Background Brief interventions are effective in reducing alcohol consumption for at-risk drinkers. Nonetheless, several factors, such as time constraints, prevent their wide implementation in primary care settings. Providing facilitated access to an alcohol reduction website could be a promising alternative to the face-to-face brief intervention, although evidence regarding the effectiveness of such a solution is limited. Objective The study aims at evaluating whether facilitated access ...
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