Leigh Fischer, MPH Brie Reimann, MPA
3.0 Contact Hours
Welcome to the Substance Use SBIRTmentor
Like you, we understand that disease prevention and the reduction of harm related to substance use are integral to the practice of nursing and that screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) of patients for substance use is becoming a critical part of todays patient care.
With the Substance Use SBIRTmentor program, you will learn how to help improve patient outcomes by identifying substance use behaviors and determining a patients level of risk related to alcohol and other drug use.
You will also learn how to provide brief motivational interviewing about the health impact of substance use and how to effectively refer a patient to treatment when appropriate.
See how the Substance Use SBIRTmentor :
Provides opportunity to earn 3 CE credits
Lets you learn online, on your schedule, 24/7
Simulates real-world situations and actions
Applies evidence-based screening instruments
Masters brief interventions
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All RNs, Advance Practice RNs, and RNs in all Specialty Areas, including Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurses, Emergency Department Nurses, Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses, as well as other healthcare and behavioral health professionals involved in patient care.
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
Define SBIRT and identify the main components.
Differentiate between the brief screen and the full screen.
List four screening tools.
Identify interventions necessary at defined risk levels.
Describe the 4-step brief intervention process.
Identify when MI principles are being used to ask for permission.
Demonstrate methods of providing proper feedback.
Demonstrate forming open-ended questions to elicit information from patients.
Identify importance and confidence statements made by patients.
Demonstrate using reflections, affirmations, and summaries during interventions.
11. Apply OARS to respond to readiness/confidence/importance ruler scores to enhance motivation or elicit more information.
12. Determine appropriate negotiating and advising techniques for patient autonomy in developing patient plans for change.
13. Identify when and how to discuss referral to treatment options. Disclosures
All planners, faculty, presenters, authors, and content reviewers disclose no conflict of interest relative to this education activity.
Colorado Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.
Commercial Support Statements
This activity has no commercial support.
NOTE: Learners must complete the entire learning module and submit an evaluation to be awarded CNE contact hours. Instructions for proceeding to the evaluation will be provided at the conclusion of the module.
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