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Can Emergency Practitioners Effectively Administer Brief Interventions for Patients With Harmful Alcohol Habits?

Can Emergency Practitioners Effectively Administer Brief Interventions for Patients With Harmful... LWW/AENJ LWWJ351-02 August 8, 2007 1:25 Char Count= 0 Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 184–188 Copyright c 2007 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins RESEARCH TO Practice Column Editors: Nicki Gilboy, RN, MS, CEN, FAEN, and Paula Tanabe, PhD, MPH, RN Can Emergency Practitioners Effectively Administer Brief Inter ventions for Patients With Harmful Alcohol Habits? Vicki A. Keough, PhD, ACNP RAUMA care has come a long way in in trauma care and the focus should now be the past 30 years. Most trauma special- on trauma prevention (Gentilello, 2005). If we Tists are very familiar with the famous are to make headway in the treatment of un- Trunkey study published in 1979, which re- necessary trauma deaths, trauma prevention vealed alarming outcomes for trauma patients must become an integral component in the treated in Orange County. Trunkey’s group of care and treatment of patients suffering from researchers found that 33% of patients who traumatic injuries. died from brain injuries and 66% of patients who died from nonbrain injuries actually died THE PROBLEM OF HARMFUL ALCOHOL USE from preventable injuries (Trunkey & Lim, 1979). As a result of this publication and other The concept http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal Wolters Kluwer Health

Can Emergency Practitioners Effectively Administer Brief Interventions for Patients With Harmful Alcohol Habits?

Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal , Volume 29 (3) – Jul 1, 2007

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© 2007 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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1931-4485
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1931-4493
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10.1097/01.TME.0000286961.94287.dd

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LWW/AENJ LWWJ351-02 August 8, 2007 1:25 Char Count= 0 Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 184–188 Copyright c 2007 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins RESEARCH TO Practice Column Editors: Nicki Gilboy, RN, MS, CEN, FAEN, and Paula Tanabe, PhD, MPH, RN Can Emergency Practitioners Effectively Administer Brief Inter ventions for Patients With Harmful Alcohol Habits? Vicki A. Keough, PhD, ACNP RAUMA care has come a long way in in trauma care and the focus should now be the past 30 years. Most trauma special- on trauma prevention (Gentilello, 2005). If we Tists are very familiar with the famous are to make headway in the treatment of un- Trunkey study published in 1979, which re- necessary trauma deaths, trauma prevention vealed alarming outcomes for trauma patients must become an integral component in the treated in Orange County. Trunkey’s group of care and treatment of patients suffering from researchers found that 33% of patients who traumatic injuries. died from brain injuries and 66% of patients who died from nonbrain injuries actually died THE PROBLEM OF HARMFUL ALCOHOL USE from preventable injuries (Trunkey & Lim, 1979). As a result of this publication and other The concept

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