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Current Research into Alcohol Problems in Primary Care

  • Michael B. King (a1)
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In June 1985 a group of researchers involved in the study of alcohol problems in general practice in the UK met informally in York for discussion and exchange of ideas. The meeting was arranged under the auspices of Professor David Robinson of the Addiction Research Centre, Institute for Health Studies of the University of Hull. The group included GPs, psychiatrists, psychologists, sociologists, and other related research workers.

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Current Research into Alcohol Problems in Primary Care

  • Michael B. King (a1)
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