Planning Investment in Alcohol Services
With costs escalating, the reduction of alcohol-related harm is seen as a priority in most health economies and this chapter describes a nationally developed model from 2009 to enable local NHS commissioners in England to work out which interventions are best at reducing alcohol-related harm for their populations.
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