Integrated brief interventions for noncommunicable disease risk factors in primary care: the manual

Shared by Edie - 15 November 2022
Originally posted by Edie - 15 November 2022

Brief interventions are recognized by WHO as an effective measure to help people quit tobacco, reduce or stop alcohol use and increase physical activity. They can also help to achieve and maintain healthy eating behaviours and manage weight for those living with overweight and obesity...