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SBIRT Provider Training-Hamilton Center (Terre Haute)
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Training Details

This training prepares healthcare professionals to provide SBIRT services.

Description: The goal of this training is to prepare a healthcare and behavioral healthcare professional to provide SBIRT services. This includes skill development for each of the phases of the SBIRT process: Screening, Brief Interventions and Referral to Treatment. This 8-hour training is highly interactive and includes clinical practice to improve fidelity for the SBIRT process.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the range of risks associated with alcohol & drug use.
  2. Articulate the rationale behind SBIRT and the role that substance abuse prevention plays in healthcare.
  3. Accurately administer recommended screening tools used in the application of SBIRT.
  4. Delineate criteria for each intervention following the screening process.
  5. Demonstrate best practices in the implementation of a brief intervention using motivational interviewing.
  6. Examine the efficacy and outcomes of SBIRT

Title: Provider Training (8 hours)- Terre Haute, IN

SBIRT for Healthcare and Behavioral Healthcare Professionals

Date: November 11, 2016

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm

Location: Hamilton Center, 

Community Room of Child and Adolescent Services Building

500 8th Ave.

Terre Haute, IN

500 8th Ave. Terre Haute.

Cost: Free; Funded by SAMHSA grant funds provided to Indiana State University School of Social Work.

CEUs/CMEs: 6 CEUs

Date of Training: Nov 11, 2016