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Archives for: January 18th, 2020
Welcome to the Facilitating Alcohol Screening and Treatment (FAST) Project! Your practice is part of the virtual practice facilitation + eLearning (VPF+eL) group. As part of this group, your practice Read More
UAU Brief Intervention In Session 3, your practice will look specifically at your data and procedures related to brief intervention for patients identified with unhealthy alcohol use (UAU). Objectives Identify Read More
UAU Team-Based Care In Session 5, your practice will look specifically at how you utilize your teams to effectively work with your patients identified with unhealthy alcohol use (UAU). Objectives Read More
In Session 6, your practice will review your key successes and challenges for implementing SBIRT for your patients with UAU. Your practice will also develop a sustainability plan so that Read More
How can my busy practice implement brief intervention for unhealthy alcohol use? Estimates suggest approximately 25% of primary care patients drink at unhealthy levels, and screening and brief intervention can Read More
Welcome to the Clinician Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Alcohol Use Disorder Module. This module will take an in-depth look into the FDA-approved medications to treat alcohol use disorders (AUD), how Read More
Welcome to the FAST Practice Resource Module. In this module, you will find key resources for SBIRT.
Welcome to the FAST Practice Facilitator (PF) Resource Module. In this module, you will find key resources for screening, brief intervention, treatment, and referral (SBIRT), and each of the six Read More
What does alcohol screening and treatment have to do with primary care? Alcohol use causes an estimated 88,000 deaths yearly and is the third actual cause of death in the Read More
How do I implement the alcohol screening and treatment guidelines into my practice? Primary care practices are busy and complex, so how do you fit in another screening tool and Read More