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STUDY 2000 PDF file 149Kb
Clash of philosophies impedes work with young drug using offenders
Two innovative British projects provide valuable lessons about the problems of integrating drug counsellors in a youth justice setting and how these might be dealt with in order to more effectively tackle youth offending.
REVIEW 2000 PDF file 108Kb
Not just for the patients: community health and safety benefit from alcohol treatment
A review by two leading researchers convincingly argues that treating heavy drinkers not only helps the patients but also reduces the overall level of alcohol-related problems across a community, particularly the burden of liver disease.
REVIEW 2000 PDF file 104Kb
Injuries reduced even when interventions do not stop problem drinkers drinking
An unusually thorough attempt to garner all the available evidence leads to the tentative conclusion that interventions with problem drinkers can reduce injuries and deaths even when this is not the aim and when drinking itself seems unaffected.
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