IRETA works with organizations and agencies to develop and tailor educational curricula around a variety topics, including evidence-based practices related to substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery. Currently available curricula and products are listed below.
- Plain language substance use brochures, freely available for providers and the general public to download and share (2016)
- SBIRT Training of Trainers (TOT) curriculum (2016)
- Electronic Tools for Use in the Continuum of Care for Patients with Addiction, a free online course about technology-based tools to prevent addiction and support recovery, created with NIDA (2016)
- The Prevalence of Prescription Drug Misuse: Doctor Shopping, Co-ingestion, and Exposure, a free online course about high risk opioid use, created with NIDA (2015)
- Online modules about SBIRT, created for master’s students at the University of Maryland School of Social Work (2015)
- SBIRT 101 and SBIRT for Adolescents, free online courses on Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (2014)
- Addiction Training for Nurses and SBIRT, designed for undergraduate nursing students at the University of Pittsburgh (2013)
- Effective Risk Management Strategies in Outpatient Methadone Treatment, free downloadable curriculum (2011-12)
More About Curriculum & Product Development Services
For a complete list of our training projects, view What We Do.
For a deeper look at work and its impact, view IRETA’s Case Studies.
Please contact us directly to inquire about curriculum development for your organization, program, or system.