Short-term course of drinking in an untreated sample of at-risk drinkers.
- Published Article
Journal of studies on alcohol
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 2001
There is some evidence for short-term progression from at-risk drinking to alcohol disorder. However, there is stronger evidence for declining problems and a fluctuation in and out of recovery and relapse, which may reflect an effort to maintain controlled drinking. Understanding this short-term course is important for primary and secondary prevention efforts and for screening of at-risk drinking in primary care and in the workplace.
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