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Alcohol Health & Research World

Special Focus:
The Primary Care Setting--Recognition and Care of Patients With Alcohol Problems

Vol. 18, No. 2, 1994

In This Issue (p. 95)

The Primary Care Practitioner's Role in the Prevention and Management of Alcohol Problems (p. 97)
Katharine A. Bradley

Specialist's Perspective

The Family Physician (p. 105)
Kristen L. Barry and Michael F. Fleming

The General Internist (p. 110)
Patrick G. O'Connor

The Obstetrician/Gynecologist (p. 117)
John M. Thorp, Jr., With Susanne Hiller-Sturmhöfel

The Pediatrician (p. 121)
Hoover Adger, Jr., and Mark J. Werner

Detecting Alcohol-Related Problems in Trauma Center Patients (p. 127)
Carl A. Soderstrom

Biological State Markers of Alcohol Abuse (p. 131)
Mikko Salaspuro

Effectiveness of Treatment in General Medicine Patients With Drinking Problems(p. 140)
David Buchsbaum

Medical Education in Alcohol and Other Drugs: Curriculum Development for Primary Care (p. 146)
Catherine E. Dubé and David C. Lewis

The Need for Alcohol Abuse-Related Education in Nursing Curricula (p. 154)
Madeline A. Naegle

The Role of Nurses in Primary Care: Managing Alcohol-Abusing Patients (p. 158)
Eleanor J. Sullivan, Sandra M. Handley, and Helen Connors

NIAAA's Epidemiologic Bulletin No. 34

Prevalence of Screening for Alcohol Use by Physicians During Routine Physical Examinations (p. 162)
Diane Deitz, Fred Rohde, Darryl Bertolucci, and Mary Dufour

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