Recommended Videos to View
What is Motivational Interviewing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj1BDPBE6Wk&feature=related?
Examples of incorrect and correct Motivational Interviewing:
1. The Ineffective Physician: MI
2. The Effective Physician: MI
3. The Ineffective Dentist
4. The Effective Dentist
5. The Ineffective Pharmacist
6. The Effective Pharmacist
7. Anti-SBIRT (Doctor A)
8. Using SBIRT Effectively (Doctor B)
Not Prejudging a Person: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSrAJsWvEIc&feature=related
The following is a list of helpful websites to help you find more information about SBIRT practices, tools, policies, data and implementation procedures.
Link to SBIRT Colorado website which individually lists commonly abused substances and their effects. Website links to PDF printable pages which include the specific substance and the health, relational and social problems involved with substance use and abuse. Available in English and Spanish.
Link to SBIRT Colorado website which provides an overview of the Colorado program which was federally funded in 2005.
SBIRT website sponsored by the federal organization for substance abuse and mental health.
Pennsylvania SBIRT website offering information on clinical tools, resources and online trainings.
Downloadable 15 page reference guide from the American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma. Includes information on screening tools, the SBIRT process, brief interventions, screening tools an implementation procedures in trauma centers.
Website dedicated to advancing effective alcohol and drug policy, prevention and treatment. Join Together leads initiatives to help communities respond to the harms caused by excessive alcohol and drug use and provides free internet services supporting their efforts.
A 13 minute video produced and presented by the Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy lifestyles. This video provides endorsement from health care professionals, law enforcement, insurance execs, policy makers and patients.
A pdf guide sponsored by the Center for Disease Control. ‘Screening and brief intervention for unhealthy alcohol use – A step-by-step implementation guide.’ This 42 page guide is very imformative and provides great step-by-step help for medical facilities in any stage of the implementing the SBIRT Program.
Website for the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Includes links to articles and videos endorsing the use of the evidence-based practice of SBI as a major contributor to help fight the war on alcohol and illegal drug use.
Website for the BNI-ART Institute, a program of the Boston University School of Public Health. BNI-ART Institute is supported by the Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services.
Website home of WIPHL, the Wisconsin Inititative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles. The program is partnering with primary care clinics around Wisconsin to provide evidence-based, cost-efficient SBIRT services to help patients make positive changes.