SBIRT : A Look at the Evidence Featuring Dr. Richard Brown

National SBIRT ATTC (2012-2017)


Meeting: Description: Alcohol and drug Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is recommended by numerous authorities yet seldom delivered in an evidence-based manner in most primary care settings. This presentation will review research on the effectiveness of various components of SBIRT and strategies for dissemination. Gaps in such research will be identified, and future directions for research and implementation will be proposed. The goal of this webinar, is to equip participants with the ability to describe the SBIRT model and each of its components, state what is known an dont known about the effectiveness of each component in primary care settings, and discuss the literature on the effectiveness of various approaches to spreading SBIRT. Richard Brown, MD, MPH is a family physician and a tenured full professor in the Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin.

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