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Health Summit: Still not enough support for alcohol problems

Evidence for success of alcohol treatments is good

18th February, 2016
Carol Moore is the chief executive officer of Lifewise

Despite 1,500 beds being occupied by people with alcohol-related every night, Ireland has very limited alcohol abuse treatments, the healthcare professional has said.

Carol Moore is the chief executive officer of Lifewise, a two-month old start up which will provide online help for people who wish to manage their drinking.

Moore will be speaking at the 12th National Health Summit on February 24 in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry, Dublin.

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