IRETA’s Dr. Holly Hagle opens up about how an overdose touched her life and discusses its impact on others.
There has been a groundswell of SBIRT activities in northeastern Ohio, a movement. An Ohio treatment center provides SBIRT at an FQHC, a region that works cooperatively, and everybody wins.
On March 21, the Pennsylvania State House approved a liquor privatization bill aimed at eliminating state liquor stores and allowing wine to be sold in grocery stores. Here is a look at potential impacts amid Pennsylvania’s legislative debate.
Determined to change a frightening trend, parents and students gathered last week for a drug summit on federal, state, and local solutions to the overdose crisis.
The Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking presented a webinar about brain research and underage screening. Stay up to speed on SBIRT, drugs, and the teenage brain.
Med student and Scaife alumna Miranda Greiner brings motivational interviewing, SBIRT to her work in Kansas.
Every year in Allegheny County, more people die of accidental drug overdose than in traffic accidents and homicides combined. Drugs cause a third of all accidental deaths in Allegheny County in PA.
Google “SBIRT projects” and you’ll find lots of federally-funded efforts to learn about service delivery models for SBIRT in various settings. Today, we will talk about how an Oregon team creates a curriculum tackling SBIRT implementation in primary care.
Addiction treatment veteran Jim Aiello discusses our reluctance to examine the alcohol-violence connection and proposes a solution.
For at least a quarter of a century—and probably much longer—American teens have been using marijuana more than any other illicit drug. Today, at the beginning of 2013, teen marijuana use is up. IRETA staff member Dr. Dawn Lindsay lends insight in the wake of legalization.