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Preparing Your Health Center for SBIRT Implementation

April 3 – May 8, 2023 | 9:00-10:30 am PT

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is designed to provide universal screening, prevention, and early intervention and treatment within health care settings and community-based organizations for people who have risky or hazardous alcohol and/or drug use.

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SBIRT for Health Professionals Project ECHO Series

Dates: Mondays, April 1 – May 6, 2024 | 12:00-1:00 pm (PT)

This series for Health Professionals will provide community health professionals with the training and support they need to manage substance use issues within health settings specializing in treating pregnant and non-pregnant persons of reproductive populations using an SBIRT model.

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Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol and Opioid/Substance Use: SELF-PACED ONLINE

Self Paced Online Course

The Screening and Brief Intervention (SBI) for Alcohol and Opioid/Substance Use Professionals course is designed as a comprehensive evidence-based approach for facilitating conversations between patients/clients and healthcare providers in medical and community health settings regarding alcohol and opioid/substance use. The course includes a didactic component on the topics of: Substance use among adults, adolescents, and pregnant persons; Substance use and mental health; categories of substance use; SBI cost effectiveness, Screening tools; Brief Intervention; Core motivational interviewing skills; and Referral to treatment. In addition, demonstrations on how to use SBI with patients/clients for both alcohol and opioid/substance use are provided.

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Adolescent SBIRT

As key members of an adolescent’s healthcare team, practitioners in the fields of nursing, social work and interprofessional care have an obligation to help prevent and reduce substance use with their young patients.

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