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National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (UK). Alcohol-Use Disorders: Diagnosis, Assessment and Management of Harmful Drinking and Alcohol Dependence. Leicester (UK): British Psychological Society; 2011. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 115.)

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Alcohol-Use Disorders: Diagnosis, Assessment and Management of Harmful Drinking and Alcohol Dependence.

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Appendix 16Included/excluded study characteristics tables

Appendix 16a. Experience of care study characteristics

Qualitative review for experience of care – included studies

Experience of alcohol problems (PDF, 142K)

Access and engagement (PDF, 152K)

Experience of assessment and treatment (PDF, 133K)

Experience of recovery (PDF, 134K)

Carers’ perspective (PDF, 122K)

Experience of staff (PDF, 131K)

Excluded Studies

Excluded study references (PDF, 157K)

Appendix 16b. Organisation of care study characteristics table

Case management studies excluded

Excluded Studies (PDF, 124K)

Appendix 16c. Rehabilitation study characteristics table

Residential unit studies excluded from this guideline

Excluded studies (PDF, 129K)

Appendix 16d. Psychological interventions study characteristics table

Social network and environment-based therapies

Social network therapy versus control; social network therapy versus other intervention (PDF, 125K)

Short-term psychodynamic therapy

Short-term psychodynamic therapy versus other intervention (PDF, 105K)

Multi-modal treatment

Multi-modal versus other intervention (PDF, 106K)

Self-help based treatment

Different formats of self-help (PDF, 107K)

Psychoeducational intervention

Psychoeducational versus other intervention (PDF, 132K)

Psychological intervention studies excluded from this guideline

Excluded Studies (PDF, 530K)

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