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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"I Felt I Was Reaching a Point With My Health": Understanding Reasons for Engagement and Acceptability of Treatment Services for Unhealthy Alcohol Use in Primary Care

A qualitative study that examines primary care patients' reasons for engagement with, experience with, and acceptability of a primary care practice-based program for treating unhealthy alcohol use
Format
Journal Article
Audience
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Source
O'Grady MA, et al.
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Resource Type
PDF

#VisualAbstract: Acamprosate Found an Effective and Tolerable Interventions for Alcohol Dependence

Visually demonstrates results of a meta-analysis demonstrating that acamprosate was associated with increased odds of abstinence from alcohol
Link
https://www.2minutemedicine.com/visualabstract-acamprosate-found-an-effective-and-tolerable-interventions-for-alcohol-dependence/
Format
Other
Audience
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Source
Wu C
Year
Resource Type
Article

A Checklist for Identifying Determinants of Practice: A Systematic Review and Synthesis of Frameworks and Taxonomies of Factors That Prevent or Enable Improvements in Healthcare Professional Practice

Describes development of a comprehensive checklist of determinants of practice, or factors that enable or prevent practice improvements; also includes worksheets to facilitate use of the checklist in quality improvement projects

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

A Comparison Between Telehealth and Face-to-Face Delivery of a Brief Alcohol Intervention for College Students

Tests the effectiveness of well-validated Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students when conducted face-to-face or through a videoconferencing system
Format
Journal Article
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Source
King SC, et al.
Year
Resource Type
External Link