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Currie, Claire and Davies, Alisha and Blunt, Ian and Ariti, Cono and Bardsley, Martin (2015) Alcohol-specific activity in hospitals in England. London: Nuffield Trust.

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Alcohol-related harm is placing increasing demands on the NHS. At a time when unprecedented efficiencies need to be made by the NHS and local authorities, preventative action must be taken seriously. This analysis explores trends in alcohol-specific activity in hospitals due to alcohol poisoning and alcohol-related inpatient admissions by looking at six years of hospital activity data in England. The analysis also explores the use of hospital services before and after a diagnosis of alcohol-related liver disease and highlights opportunities for preventative action to reduce future alcohol-related harm in England.


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