Part of the ongoing series “High School Confidential: In the Trenches with Substance-Using Teenagers.”
Last month’s event, Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment: An Interprofessional Conference was not massive, but it was certainly a major undertaking and a successful one.
Fetal alcohol exposure is a leading cause of intellectual disability in the United States. The cause of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) is so straightforward and the entire problem so seemingly preventable that learning how many people are affected by the condition can be shocking, tragic, and certainly frustrating.
What’s a Doctor Shopper? The term “doctor shopping” refers to obtaining controlled substances from multiple health care practitioners, usually without the prescribers’ knowledge of the other prescriptions.
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment has a lot of moving parts. That makes measurement tricky.
Young people are creative–we should be, too. Learn about the Hilton Foundation’s flexible approach to SBIRT for youth.
Learning SBIRT with standardized patients helps students “practice saying the words themselves.”
Download IRETA’s new case studies to learn how organizations are using SBIRT in the real world.
SBIRT pushes healthcare integration, heightens awareness of behavioral health problems. We’ve got a chance to connect more substantially with the folks who are using SBIRT in northeast Ohio, including ONE Health Ohio CEO Ron Dwinnells.
A Message from IRETA’s Board Chair Rev. Dr. James Simms.