Hospital morbidity and alcohol consumption in persons with less severe psychiatric disorders: seven year outcomes
Background: Substance use by people with severe psychiatric morbidity is associated with negative outcomes. Aims: To assess in adults with less severe psychiatric morbidity the relationship between alcohol consumption and subsequent 7-year hospital admissions, and the development and recurrence of alcohol use disorders. Method: Follow-up data were assembled via a population-based hospital record-linkage system. Results: Baseline alcohol use groups were: dependent (n=31), harmful (n=114),...[Show more]
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|Source:||British Journal of Psychiatry|
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