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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Prison health needs assessment for alcohol problems
Author(s): Parkes, Tessa
MacAskill, Susan
Brooks, Oona
Jepson, Ruth
Atherton, Iain
Doi, Larry
McGhee, Stephen
Eadie, Douglas
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Citation: Parkes T, MacAskill S, Brooks O, Jepson R, Atherton I, Doi L, McGhee S & Eadie D (2010) Prison health needs assessment for alcohol problems. NHS Health Scotland.
Keywords: alcohol
needs assessment
Needs assessment
Prison administration Scotland
Imprisonment Scotland
Issue Date: Oct-2010
Date Deposited: 27-Jul-2011
Publisher: NHS Health Scotland
Type: Research Report
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