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Teaching About Alcoholism - Part Two: Approaches to the Problem Drinker

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A short documentary on approaching problem drinkers, detoxification, treatment options, self-help groups etc.
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You are buying access to watch the programme online in your 'My Account' area. Audience Medical students and other staff and students with a professional interest. Content “Approaches to the Problem Drinker” is designed to give a shortcut to the knowledge we call clinical experience. It is very practical and makes no apology for labouring the important points - such as when somebody might be better off in hospital. It is clearly divided into sections, such as initial contact, detoxification, treatment options and covers issues such as self-help groups and controlled drinking. The points are all illustrated with candid and frank comments from patients. The programme concludes with a review of primary prevention. Contributors include Dr Peter Anderson, Dr David Curson, Prof. Griffith Edwards, Dr Douglas Maxwell, Dr Peter Sudbury and Dr Brian Wells. Style Documentary style. Use Main use is in a live lecture setting or private study.
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