Are you ‘connecting the dots’ with patients during Alcohol Awareness Month?

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, an annual campaign originally created to raise awareness about alcoholism and the impacts of alcohol on health — and a month-long opportunity to open a dialogue on the topic with patients.The theme once again for this year’s event is “Connecting the Dots: Opportunities for Recovery,” which stands as an important reminder of the role health care providers play in is educating patients on the possible risks associated with alcohol consumption and the prevalence of alcohol use disorder in the United States.According to the NationalRead More

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