Cost-effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems: findings of the randomised UK Alcohol Treatment Trial (UKATT).

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Heather, Nick; Copello, Alex; Godfrey, Christine; Hodgson, Ray; UKATT Research Team;

Objective \ud To compare the cost effectiveness of social behaviour and network therapy, a new treatment for alcohol problems, with that of the proved motivational enhancement therapy. Design Cost effectiveness analysis alongside a pragmatic randomised trial. \ud \ud Se... View more
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