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A new bulletin has collated the latest additions to the Effectiveness Bank. Included is a new entry showing how in Belgium a simple feedback intervention dramatically improved treatment retention. Also alcohol treatment medications (forefronting naltrexone, newly licensed for this role in Britain), safeguarding pub/club-goers, and a Scottish verdict on computer-based alcohol interventions.