Steptoe, A., Rink, E., Kerry, S., Kendrick, T. and Hilton, S.
Behavioural counselling in general practice about risk of CHD: non-attendance for follow up distorts results and shows that people don't like counselling - reply
BMJ, 321, (7252), . (doi:10.1136/bmj.321.7252.49/b).
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Attempts to modify the risk of cardiovascular disease through individually based health education activities have proved disappointing. The report of the apparently successful trial of behavioural counselling seems to provide just what is needed to improve the efficacy of health promotion.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):
||general-practice, people, primary care, London, risk, counselling, care, time, follow-up, England, letter, primary-care, follow up, general practice
||10 Sep 2008
||16 Apr 2017 17:30
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