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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Promote Practice Change: Take Manageable Steps Toward Better Care

Outlines how practices can improve care for patients with unhealthy alcohol use, including four basic steps to build a system of care, and includes a chart demonstrating alcohol screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment as a top evidence-based clinical preventive service in terms of health impact and cost-effectiveness
Format
Web Page
Audience
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Organizational Leadership
Source
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Year
Resource Type
Web Page

Rates of Discontinuation and Non-Publication of Trials for the Pharmacologic Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder

Identifies clinical trials on medication-assisted treatment for alcohol use disorder from ClinicalTrials.gov, finding that 12.6% involving pharmaceutical treatment were prematurely terminated and 39.1% had not published results
Format
Journal Article
Audience
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Policymakers and Payers
Behavioral Health Providers
Source
Hartwell M, et al.
Year
Resource Type
Article

Resources for Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)

This web page provides updated resources, including guides and tools from SAMHSA, for practitioners related to screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT).

Format
Web Page
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Organizational Leadership
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Source
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Year
Resource Type
Web Page

SBI with Adults

Simulation training course that prepares healthcare providers to screen patients for substance use and perform brief interventions using motivational interviewing techniques
Link
https://kognito.com/solution/4003/
Format
Web-Based Course
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Organizational Leadership
Source
Kognito
Year
Resource Type
Web Page

SBIRT Training Preview (eSBIRT)

Produced by Screening and Brief Intervention in Missouri (formally mosbirt.org), this website provides resources to support primary care providers in becoming skilled at identifying and addressing risky alcohol and drug use
Format
Web Page
Audience
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Source
Screening and Brief Intervention in Missouri (MOSBIRT)
Year
Resource Type
Web Page

Social Workers in Integrated Care Beyond Primary Care: A Scoping Review

Review that explores the different roles of social workers as members of integrated care teams; suggests that patient mental health outcomes can be positively impacted by social workers serving as members of these care teams
Format
Journal Article
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Organizational Leadership
Source
Milano N, et al.
Year
Resource Type
PDF

Strengthening Behavioral Healthcare to Meet the Needs of Our Nation

Describes how the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is implementing strategies to ensure patients are receiving health care services to meet their behavioral health needs and how CMS is working to meet the goals of President Biden's "Strategy to Address our National Mental Health Crisis"
Format
Report/Paper/Issue Brief
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Policymakers and Payers
States
Organizational Leadership
Source
Hughes DL , et al., Health Affairs
Year
Resource Type
Web Page

Substance Use (VA)

This web page provides information for patients about substance use treatment options available through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical centers, including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, motivational enhancement therapy, and medications.

Format
Web Page
Audience
Families
Patients
Communities
Source
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Year
Resource Type
Web Page