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AESOPS: a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care

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AESOPS : a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care. / Watson, Jude; Crosby, H; Dale, Vm; Tober, G; Wu, Q; Lang, J; McGovern, R; Newbury-Birch, D; Parrott, S; Bland, Jm; Drummond, C; Godfrey, C; Kaner, E; Coulton, S; AESOPS trial team.

In: Health technology assessment, Vol. 17, No. 25, 06.2013, p. 1-158.

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Watson, J, Crosby, H, Dale, V, Tober, G, Wu, Q, Lang, J, McGovern, R, Newbury-Birch, D, Parrott, S, Bland, J, Drummond, C, Godfrey, C, Kaner, E, Coulton, S & AESOPS trial team 2013, 'AESOPS: a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care', Health technology assessment, vol. 17, no. 25, pp. 1-158. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta17250

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Watson, J., Crosby, H., Dale, V., Tober, G., Wu, Q., Lang, J., ... AESOPS trial team (2013). AESOPS: a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care. Health technology assessment, 17(25), 1-158. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta17250

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Watson J, Crosby H, Dale V, Tober G, Wu Q, Lang J et al. AESOPS: a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care. Health technology assessment. 2013 Jun;17(25):1-158. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta17250

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Watson, Jude ; Crosby, H ; Dale, Vm ; Tober, G ; Wu, Q ; Lang, J ; McGovern, R ; Newbury-Birch, D ; Parrott, S ; Bland, Jm ; Drummond, C ; Godfrey, C ; Kaner, E ; Coulton, S ; AESOPS trial team. / AESOPS : a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care. In: Health technology assessment. 2013 ; Vol. 17, No. 25. pp. 1-158.

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