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Title: Scoping and Review of Resources to Support Alcohol & Health Behaviour Change
Author(s): Swift, Jan
Fitzgerald, Niamh
Dowds, Julie
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Citation: Swift J, Fitzgerald N & Dowds J (2007) Scoping and Review of Resources to Support Alcohol & Health Behaviour Change. NHS Health Scotland. NHS Health Scotland.
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Date Deposited: 2-Jun-2014
Publisher: NHS Health Scotland
Abstract: This study is concerned with individual health behaviour change (HBC) in the form of brief interventions which are usually based on motivational interviewing. Brief interventions fall into two categories: a shorter, basic one of 3-15 minutes and a more in depth approach lasting 15-40 minutes, utilising motivational interviewing.
Type: Research Report
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