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Mountain Plains ATTC Prompt & Reminder Posters 

English & Spanish Versions

Recent research on implementation science highlights the importance of understanding the practical strategies that support uptake of new practices and adoption of evidence-based practices (EBP) by clinicians. For example, placing reminders or prompts in the practice setting where the clinician can easily see them provides timely cues that reinforce use of the EBPs. [see Cullen & Adams, 2012; Leathers, 2016; Sholomskas et al., 2005]. With this in mind, the MPATTC worked with subject matter experts and researchers to create posters for behavioral health providers, educators, and/or peer recovery specialists that serve as a reminder or prompt on topics, including Motivational Interviewing, the Language of Texting, and Perinatal Stigma.

In collaboration with the National Hispanic and Latino ATTC, the Mountain Plains ATTC is now offering Spanish versions of the Prompt & Reminder Posters. The Spanish translations were prepared by Mountain Plains ATTC internal staff and reviewed/edited by collaborating partners. While reasonable efforts are made to provide accurate translations, acknowledging the diversity of Spanish and English Language, some words/phrases may differ.

These posters can be downloaded in multiple formats directly from the MPATTC website. They were designed for display as 11x17 sized posters in a location most visible and accessible to clinicians, but are also available in an 8.5x11 format for in-house printing. In addition, hard copies may be requested from the MPATTC by emailing us at [email protected] (posters can be mailed within the continental United States). Please click on the links below for more information.

Motivational Interviewing Prompt & Reminder Posters 

In collaboration with a Motivational Interviewing (MI) expert/researcher, four Prompt & Reminder posters were created that serve as a reminder about the four important tenets of MI (Evocative, Collaborative, Empathic and Autonomy) and reinforce use of this EBP by clinicians.

The Language of Texting Prompt and Reminder Poster 

Created to accompany the MPATTC’s Guide to Using Text Messages to Improve Substance Use Treatment Outcomes Guide, this Prompt & Reminder poster is a reminder to use thoughtful text message language when communicating using a text messaging system within your agency and to avoid “textese”. To maximize the impact of this product, the MPATTC recommends displaying the poster in a location most visible and accessible to administrators/employees who schedule and use text messages as an extender to services.

Perinatal Stigma Prompt and Reminder Posters

Stigma associated with substance use disorders (SUDs) is a significant barrier to identification and treatment efforts. Persons with SUDs who are pregnant and/or parenting are particularly impacted by stigma and may be subject to adverse encounters when seeking healthcare services. The MPATTC developed clinician-focused and client-focused posters to help address barriers associated with perinatal stigma. It is recommended the posters be displayed in locations visible to both clients and clinicians.

The third poster in the series, "We've talked a lot... Now do you have questions?", is aimed at helping address stigma-related barriers by incorporating a tear-off sheet that clients can use to request more information from their clinician/provider on questions they might have (i.e., "I would like to know how alcohol and drugs may affect a baby during pregnancy" and "I would like to know which alcohol and drugs should be avoided during breastfeeding").

Motivational Interviewing Prompt and Reminder Posters

Recent research on implementation science highlights the importance of understanding the practical strategies that support uptake of new practices and adoption of evidence-based practices (EBP) by clinicians. For example, placing reminders or prompts in the practice setting where the clinician can easily see them provides timely cues that reinforce use of the EBPs. [see Cullen & Adams, 2012; Leathers, 2016; Sholomskas et al., 2005]. With this in mind, the MPATTC worked with a Motivational Interviewing (MI) expert/researcher to create posters that serve as a reminder/prompt about four important tenets of MI and reinforce use of this EBP by clinicians. These posters can be downloaded in multiple formats directly from the MPATTC website and include a QR code that can be scanned to access additional MI resources, products, and training found within the ATTC Network. It is recommended to display these posters together, however they can be used individually as well. Please note: to maximize the impact of these products, display the 11x17 posters in a location most visible and accessible to clinicians.     To Download:  The MI Prompt/Reminder Posters were designed for display as 11x17 sized posters. However, we have also created 8.5x11 desk copies for in-house printing. These packages can be downloaded and printed by clicking  above and selecting either the 11x17 MI Prompt/Reminder Poster Print Package or 8.5x11 MI Prompt and Reminder Desk Copy.   In addition to the poster packages, you can download the “MI Prompt/Reminder Poster Description” which includes the intent and how to use these posters.   Instructions on How to Print PDF Files    Download Adobe Acrobat Reader     To request 11x17 MI Prompt/Reminder Posters to be mailed directly to you, please click "Request a Hard Copy Now".   The MPATTC is available to answer questions and interested in any feedback you have regarding the posters. Please contact us anytime!  

The Language of Texting Prompt and Reminder Poster

Created to accompany the MPATTC’s Guide to Using Text Messages to Improve Substance Use Treatment Outcomes Guide, this 11x17 Prompt and Reminder (PRP) Poster was developed as a reminder to use thoughtful text message language when communicating when using a text messaging system within your agency and to avoid “textese”.  This poster can be downloaded in two sizes, 11x17 (recommended for printing and display) or 8.5x11 (desk copy) directly from the MPATTC website by clicking the "download" button above.  The poster includes a QR code that can be scanned to access the Guide to Using Text Messages to Improve Substance Use Treatment Outcomes and the instructional demonstration videos. To maximize the impact of this product, the MPATTC recommends displaying the 11x17 poster in a location most visible and accessible to administrators/employees who schedule and use text as an extender to services.   To request 11x17 “The Language of Texting” prompt and reminder poster to be mailed directly to you, please click "REQUEST A HARD COPY". Instructions on how to print PDF files: https://www.wikihow.com/Print-PDF-Files   Research on the use of Prompt Poster: Recent research on implementation science highlights the importance of understanding the practical strategies that support uptake of new practices and adoption of evidence-based practices (EBP) by clinicians. For example, placing reminders or prompts in the practice setting where the clinician can easily see them provides timely cues that reinforce use of the EBPs. [see Cullen & Adams, 2012; Leathers, 2016; Sholomskas et al., 2005].     To Download: The Language of Texting Prompt/Reminder Poster was designed for display as 11x17 sized posters. However, we have also created 8.5x11 desk copies for in-house printing. These packages can be downloaded and printed by clicking  above and selecting either the 11x17 Language of Texting Prompt/Reminder Poster or 8.5x11 Language of Texting Prompt/Reminder Sheet.  

Perinatal Stigma Prompt and Reminder Posters

Stigma associated with substance use disorders (SUDs) is a significant barrier to identification and treatment efforts. Persons with SUDs who are pregnant and/or parenting are particularly impacted by stigma and may be subject to adverse encounters when seeking healthcare services. The MPATTC developed clinician-focused and client-focused posters to help address barriers associated with perinatal stigma. It is recommended the posters be displayed in locations visible to both clients and clinicians. The third poster in the series, "We've talked a lot... Now do you have questions?", is aimed at helping address stigma-related barriers by incorporating a tear-off sheet that clients can use to request more information from their clinician/provider on questions they might have (i.e., "I would like to know how alcohol and drugs may affect a baby during pregnancy" and "I would like to know which alcohol and drugs should be avoided during breastfeeding").   Please note: to maximize the impact of these products, display the 11x17 posters in a location most visible and accessible to clinicians.     To Download:  The Perinatal Stigma Prompt/Reminder Posters were designed for display as 11x17 sized posters. However, we have also created 8.5x11 desk copies for in-house printing. These packages can be downloaded and printed by clicking  above and selecting either the Perinatal Stigma Posters Package 11x17 or Perinatal Stigma Posters Package 8.5x11.   In addition to the poster packages, you can download the “Perinatal Stigma Poster Description” which includes the intent and how to use these posters.     To request 11x17 MI Prompt/Reminder Posters to be mailed directly to you, please click "Request a Hard Copy Now".   The MPATTC is available to answer questions and interested in any feedback you have regarding the posters. Please contact us anytime!
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