SBIRT

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment

Knowing how to have conversations with individuals using addictive substances is a first step in helping individuals change their lives. SBIRT stands for screen, brief intervention and referral to treatment.

Course Outline

Intended Audience

Doctors
Nurses
Medical Staff
Dentists
Social Workers
First Responders
Concerned Individuals

Subject Matter Experts

Rebeca Wilson

Rebeca Wilson

PhD, RN
Dr. Melissa Chang

Melissa Cheng

MD, MPH
Dr. Glen Hanson

Glen Hanson

DDS, PhD
Dr. Katherine Fortenberry

Katherine Fortenberry

PhD

Continuing Education

SBIRT is approved for 3.5 hours of continuing medical education credit. For controlled substance prescribers, you must claim CME credit at the end of the course to receive the DOPL required certificate of completion.


Other leaners need to check with their regulatory groups regarding allowed credit.

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