Unhealthy Alcohol Use Tools & Resources

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A collection of tools and resources for managing unhealthy alcohol use in primary care, intended for use by providers, organizational leadership, other team members, and patients.

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Bridging Research and Practice: Models for Dissemination and Implementation Research

Organizes and describes dissemination and implementation (D and I) research models that help to effectively spread evidence-based interventions; also describes an inventory of models used in D and I research and provides guidance on how to best select a model to inform study design and execution.

Format
Journal Article
Audience
Organizational Leadership
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Source
Tabak RG, et al.
Year
Resource Type
Article

Brief Intervention for Hazardous and Harmful Drinking: A Manual for use in Primary Care

Manual for primary care and other providers on how to conduct brief interventions for patients with or at risk of developing alcohol use disorders (AUDs); used in conjunction with WHO’s companion manual The Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Guidelines for Use in Primary Care on how to screen for alcohol-related problems using the AUDIT-C and AUDIT”.

Format
Guide
Audience
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Source
World Health Organization
Year
Resource Type
PDF

Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies for Substance Abuse: Quick Guide for Clinicians Based on TIP 34

Describes brief intervention and therapy techniques for treating alcohol and drug misuse
Format
Guide
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Source
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Year
Resource Type
PDF

Brief Negotiated Interview (BNI) Adherence & Competency Checklist

Developed for residency programs, measures practitioner competence in delivering BNI by listing the critical steps and providing space for feedback to improve performance
Format
Instrument/Protocol
Audience
Graduate Education
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Organizational Leadership
Source
Yale University School of Medicine
Resource Type
PDF