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ALCOHOL HEALTH WORK. A&E liaison via PAT Includes CDU, Douglas & Joseph Toynbee ward Ward referrals can be made directly Alcohol withdrawal management St Mary’s alcohol guidelines being reviewed Advice & support for ward staff Psychiatric liaison Where dual diagnosis is an issue

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ALCOHOL HEALTH WORK

  • A&E liaison via PAT

    • Includes CDU, Douglas & Joseph Toynbee ward

  • Ward referrals can be made directly

  • Alcohol withdrawal management

    • St Mary’s alcohol guidelines being reviewed

    • Advice & support for ward staff

  • Psychiatric liaison

    • Where dual diagnosis is an issue

  • Brief assessment of substance misuse

  • Referral to community alcohol services



  • Referral reduction

    For every two (hazardous/harmful drinking) patients referred for AHW

    there will be one less re-attendance

    within the next 12 months.

    Crawford MJ et al, Lancet,

    2004;364:1334-39

    Referral & Reduction


    St mary s hospital impact of alcohol health work
    ST. MARY’S HOSPITAL:IMPACT OF ALCOHOL HEALTH WORK

    2004/5540 patients accepted referral, and 119 attended their AHW appointment (22% of referrals).

    2005/6973 patients accepted referral, and 453 attended their AHW appointment (46% of referrals).

    2005/61083 patients accepted referral, and 593 attended their AHW appointment (55% of referrals).


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