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Table 4 Training received on alcohol prevention amongst health professionals and their identification of unhealthy alcohol use in Primary Care

From: Training health providers to address unhealthy alcohol use in primary care: a cross-sectional, multicenter study

Identification of unhealthy alcohol use Training received on alcohol prevention  
None
n (%)
Basic
n (%)
Medium/Advanced
n (%)
p*
Clinical assessment of unhealthy alcohol use**     < 0.001
 0% 74 (6.3) 9 (1.7) 0 (0.0)  
 1–9% 31 (26.3) 77 (15.0) 8 (14.5)  
 10–34% 277 (23.5) 126 (24.5) 10 (18.2)  
 35–64% 227 (19.3) 111 (21.6) 13 (23.6)  
 65–90% 173 (14.7) 129 (25.0) 14 (25.5)  
 91–100% 117 (9.9) 63 (12.2) 10 (18.2)  
Screening for unhealthy alcohol use**     < 0.001
 0% 340 (28.9) 67 (13.0) 9 (16.4)  
 1–9% 415 (35.2) 174 (33.8) 19 (34.5)  
 10–34% 180 (15.3) 119 (23.1) 6 (10.9)  
 35–64% 120 (10.2) 60 (11.7) 10 (18.2)  
 65–90% 85 (7.2) 72 (14.0) 6 (10.9)  
 91–100% 38 (3.2) 23 (4.5) 5 (9.1)  
  1. *The p values were obtained using the Chi-square test
  2. **Estimated percentage of patients for whom the primary care practitioner provided that activity