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Alcoholism in general practice

Alfred Edward Carver

Alcoholism in general practice

by Alfred Edward Carver

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Published by Constable & company, ltd. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby A. E. Carver ... Thomas Hunt ... and Sir William Willcox ...
ContributionsHunt, Thomas Cecil, 1901-, Willcox, William, Sir, 1870-1941.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC367 .C3 1936
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., vii-xi, 131 p.
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6344755M
LC Control Number36029288
OCLC/WorldCa9716115

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PETER ANDERSON, EILEEN KANER, SONIA WUTZKE, MICHELLE FUNK, NICK HEATHER, MICHEL WENSING, RICHARD GROL, ANTONI GUAL, LEO PAS, on behalf of the WHO BRIEF INTERVENTION STUDY GROUP, ATTITUDES AND MANAGING ALCOHOL PROBLEMS IN GENERAL PRACTICE: AN INTERACTION ANALYSIS BASED ON FINDINGS FROM A WHO COLLABORATIVE STUDY, Alcohol and Alcoholism Cited by: In practice, treat-ments often overlap, with psychologically ori-ented treatments using medications as adjuncts and drug treatments being combined with psycho-logical techniques.

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