Hosted by: San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium
Co-sponsored by Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center and UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs
Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) are effective in a variety of settings. SBIRT’s effectiveness has been proven particularly effective in hospital emergency departments and trauma centers with individuals with alcohol-related injuries. SBIRT has also been shown to be effective in primary care settings, where it is incorporated into other routine medical assessments such as measuring blood pressure. This training focuses on screening procedures to identify risk; key motivational interviewing concepts and principles that are tied to effective use of the FLO (Feedback; Listen and Understand; Options Explored) brief intervention; and referral to treatment for patients with more serious substance use-related problems.
Continuing Education credit available. CEU choices include: CME (applies to physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants), PSY, RN, MFT, LCSW, CADC, CATC, CAS, and RAS. License number is required for participants wishing to receive CME, PSY, and RN credits/ contact hours.
· Wednesday, September 10, 2014
· 8:00am – 12:15pm (training check-in 7:30am)
· Continental breakfast provided
· SFCCC Hamm’s Building Sky Blue Penthouse, 11th Floor (map)
Please register by September 9th