ODHIN Technical Reports and Deliverables

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ODHIN First Periodic Report ODHIN First Periodic Report

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Date added: 03/22/2013
Date modified: 12/15/2016
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The first periodic technical report for ODHIN details the scientific project work undertaken in all work packages between 1st January 2011 and 30th June 2012, as well as progress towards milestones and deliverables, as laid out in the description of work.

ODHIN Final summary report ODHIN Final summary report

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Date added: 06/09/2016
Date modified: 06/14/2016
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Final publishable summary report of the ODHIN project, as submitted to the European Commission.

Deliverable 7.1 Future challenges guidance Deliverable 7.1 Future challenges guidance

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Date added: 02/13/2015
Date modified: 06/14/2016
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Final report from ODHIN's 'From science to policy' WP7, containing the overall findings of the ODHIN project, with guidance for the future governance of delivering screening and brief intervention programmes for heavy drinking in primary health care

Deliverable 6.1 Assessment tool - Report Deliverable 6.1 Assessment tool - Report

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Date added: 02/24/2014
Date modified: 09/17/2014
Filesize: 1.09 MB
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ODHIN Assessment tool - Report: A description of the available services for the management of hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption in Europe
Deliverable D6.1, Work Package 6

Deliverable 5.3 Implementation guide Deliverable 5.3 Implementation guide

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Date added: 12/29/2014
Date modified: 06/14/2016
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Improving the delivery of brief advice for heavy drinking in primary health care - summary and implementation guide for policy makers.

This report summarises the results of the randomised controlled trial performed in WP5 of the ODHIN project, which aimed to test different strategies for increasing the level of screening and delivering advice for heavy drinking in primary health care settings. Based on the findings, recommendations for policy makers and service commissioners for the future roll out of these strategies are presented.