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Hazardous alcohol consumption among university students in Ireland: a cross-sectional study
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  • Martin P. Davoren
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    • Martin P. Davoren, PhD Student / Researcher
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      • Frances Shiely, Michael Byrne, and Ivan J Perry

    Dear Editor,

    The abstract of the article entitled ' Hazardous alcohol consumption among university students in Ireland: a cross-sectional study' reads "The aim of this study is to investigate the prevalence and correlates of hazardous alcohol consumption (HAC) among university students with particular reference to gender and to compare different modes of data collection in this population." in the abstract....

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