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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Alcohol Screening Using the USAUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, Adapted for Use in the United States): Implementation Guide

Provides information about the development and potential uses of the USAUDIT alcohol screening clinical decision support that can be integrated into electronic health record systems and other health information technology to help providers identify adults who should be screened for alcohol use
Format
Guide
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Organizational Leadership
Source
The MITRE Corporation
Year
Resource Type
PDF

Alcohol Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for Girls and Women

Reviews screening instruments, brief interventions, and implementation of SBIRT among girls and women to help inform best practices
Format
Journal Article
Audience
Behavioral Health Providers
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Policymakers
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Source
Hammock K, et al.
Year
Resource Type
External Link

Alcohol Use Disorder During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Instrumental Role of the Primary Care Provider

Presents the role of the primary care provider in screening, brief intervention, and treatment for alcohol use disorder, including information about the role and importance of using telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic
Link
https://umaryland.webex.com/recordingservice/sites/umaryland/recording/9ad445351967103abe790050568f9b64/playback
Format
Curriculum
Audience
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Source
University of Maryland (UMD); Salwan J
Year
Resource Type
Video

Alcohol Use Disorder: The Role of Medication in Recovery

Reviews the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved and off-label medications for the treatment of alcohol use disorder (AUD), concluding that medication should be used in conjunction with behavioral therapy and that there is a need for continued development of pharmacotherapies for AUD
Format
Journal Article
Audience
Medical Providers
Other Team Members
Policymakers
Behavioral Health Providers
Practice Facilitators/Quality Improvement Coaches
Source
Mason BJ, et al.
Year
Resource Type
PDF