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Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA)

http://www.dassa.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=477

The website includes links to self-training manuals on the Alcohol, Smoking, and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) and ASSIST-linked brief intervention. The curriculum includes all required forms for administration of the ASSIST, 2 written role plays for adult patients, and video demonstrations of the screening and brief intervention using the ASSIST. The target audience for this curriculum is primary healthcare workers, but may be useful for hospital physicians and nurses, midwives and obstetricians, social workers, prison workers and community correction workers. This training curriculum has online and print-based materials that can be used for self-study and group instruction.

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Boston University School of Public Health / The BNI ART Institute

http://www.ed.bmc.org/sbirt/slides/screening.pps

This training curriculum has online and print-based materials that can be used for self-study and group instruction. The website includes informational PowerPoints on SBIRT, demonstration videos with adult and adolescent patients, printable scoring sheets for adults and youth, and role play scenarios for one-on-on practice. The target audience for this curriculum includes healthcare practitioners, e.g., emergency department (ED) physicians, as well as social workers, community health educators, school nurses, and treatment center staff. The curriculum highlights alcohol and drug screening instruments, including the AUDIT, CRAFFT, CAGE, and TWEAK.

SBIRT Oregon Primary Care Residency Initiative

http://www.sbirtoregon.org

The target audience for the SBIRT Oregon curriculum is primary care physicians and residents in internal, preventive, and family medicine. This training curriculum has online and print-based materials that can be used for self-study and group instruction. The website includes informational PowerPoints on SBIRT training (3 modules/workshops), demonstration videos with adult patients, and additional case studies to be used in role-play exercises. The curriculum uses alcohol and drug screening instruments including the AUDIT, DAST, and a pre-screen.

Emergency Nurses Association SBIRT Alcohol Screening Toolkit

http://www.ena.org/IQSIP/Injury%20Prevention/SBIRT/ToolKit/Pages/toolkit.aspx

This training curriculum has online and print-based materials that can be used for self-study and group instruction. The website includes informational slides on SBIRT, recommendations for SBIRT implementation, and a review of insurance laws/reimbursement. The curriculum includes a training manual, 3 video demonstrations with adult patients, 3 role-play scenarios, an SBIRT marketing video/commercial (all available on DVD), and a variety of handouts for providers and patients. The target audience for this curriculum is emergency and trauma nurses and other emergency health care professionals. The curriculum highlights several alcohol screening instruments, including the NIAAA 3-questions, AUDIT, RAPS4, and the CAGE. However, ENA recommends use of the NIAAA 3-questions and the CAGE for use in emergency departments. ENA also provides a no-cost series of five, one-hour web seminars that guide emergency department staff through the step-by-step implementation process.

ACT (Alcohol Clinical Training) Project

http://www.bu.edu/act/mdalcoholtraining/slides/index.html

Established by the Boston Medical Center and Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health, this Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Curriculum features online and print-based materials that can be used for self-study and group instruction.

The website includes informational slides with speaker overlay and trainer notes, 3 case simulation videos with adult patients, curricula instructions, tips for small/large group teaching, and pre/post tests. The target audience for this curriculum is primary care physicians and physicians in training, as well as generalist clinicians and educators. The curriculum uses the CAGE, an alcohol screening instrument, and is based on the “Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much” core curriculum from NIAAA.

NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) NIDAMED Physician’s Outreach Initiative

http://www.nida.nih.gov/nidamed/

This website contains a variety of resources. Click on “NIDA Screening Tools and Resources” to learn about the NIDA-Modified Alcohol, Smoking, and Substance Involvement Screening Test or NMASSIST. The target audience for this curriculum is clinicians in general medical settings (mainly primary care). The modified ASSIST includes an initial pre-screen which determines if a person has engaged in binge drinking, used tobacco products, and used illicit drugs. Only people who report illicit drug use complete the ASSIST. Physicians are directed to other protocols for heavy drinkers and tobacco users.

Yale School of Medicine — SBIRT: Screening Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment

http://www.yale.edu/sbirt/index.html

The target audience for this curriculum is medical professionals working in emergency departments. The website includes instructional videos on SBIRT (6 modules) and 6 written case studies for performing role plays between physician and patient. The role plays present actual emergency department scenarios. The brief intervention is the Brief Negotiated Interview for alcohol abuse. The website provides links to a variety of alcohol and drug screening instruments, including the NIAAA 3-questions, CAGE, CRAFFT, AUDIT, and NIDAMED-modified ASSIST. This training curriculum has online and print-based materials that can be used for self-study and group instruction.

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