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Table 2 “Unhealthy drinkers” who received brief interventions or referral to treatment (BI/RT) by treatment arm

From: Physician versus non-physician delivery of alcohol screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment in adult primary care: the ADVISe cluster randomized controlled implementation trial

  PCP NPP & MA Control p values2
N screened positive N received BI/RT % N screened positive N received BI/RT % N screened positive N received BI/RT %
Medical center
 1 90 51 56.67 1916 47 2.45 185 1 0.54 b, c
 2 129 16 12.40 1849 24 1.30 41 1 2.44 b’’’, c
 3 51 8 15.69 123 5 4.07 216 3 1.39 b’, c’’
 4 241 141 58.51 1829 96 5.25 6 0 0.00 b’’, c
 5 145 17 11.72 229 23 10.04 142 3 2.11 a’, b’’
 6 246 120 48.78 2114 69 3.26 19 1 5.26 b’, c
 7 394 200 50.76 172 9 5.23 26 0 0.00 b, c
 8 503 153 30.42 1776 47 2.65 137 9 6.57 a’’, b, c
 9 306 15 4.90 54 16 29.63 9 0 0.00 a’’’, c
 10 697 545 78.19 4260 140 3.29 175 7 4.00 b, c
 11 306 115 37.58 1259 55 4.37 176 5 2.84 b, c
All 3108 1381 44.43 15581 531 3.41 1132 30 2.65 b, c
  1. 1Chi-square tests were used to compare the proportions of patients screened between each of the two intervention arms vs. control as well as between the two intervention arms
  2. 2a: p<0.0001, NPP & MA vs. Control. a’ p<0.01, NPP & MA vs. Control. a’’: p<0.05, NPP & MA vs. Control. a’’’: p<0.10, NPP & MA vs. Control. b: p<0.0001, PCP vs. Control. b’: p<0.001, PCP vs. Control. b’’: p<0.01, PCP vs. Control. b’’’: p<0.10, PCP vs. Control. c: p<0.0001, NPP & MA vs. PCP. c’: p<0.01, NPP & MA vs. PCP. c’’: p<0.05, NPP & MA vs. PCP