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Revista de Enfermagem Referência

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JORGE, Filomena Margarida; MOREIRA; PEREIRA, Maria Odete  y  BARROSO, Tereza Maria Mendes Diniz de Andrade. Brief interventions for reducing alcohol consumption in users of a family health unit. Rev. Enf. Ref. [online]. 2017, vol.serIV, n.14, pp.79-88. ISSN 0874-0283.  http://dx.doi.org/10.12707/RIV17037.

Background: The primary objective of brief interventions (BIs) is to detect hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption and encourage behavior change. Objectives: To assess the effect of BIs in reducing alcohol consumption in users of a Family Care Unit (FCU). Methodology: A pre-experimental study, with assessment before and after the intervention (5 months), was conducted with 45 users of a FCU (single group). The Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test (AUDIT) was used. The BIs were developed by nurses. Results: At baseline, 88.6% of users were at risk level I and 11.4% were at risk level II. At follow-up (5 months after BIs), 97.7% of them were at risk level I and 2.3% were at risk level II. Conclusion: BIs reduced and stabilized the risk levels of alcohol consumption, reinforcing the importance of their application in primary care.

Palabras clave : alcoholism; evaluation of the efficacy-effectiveness of interventions; alcohol drinking; primary health care; nursing.

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