SBIRT Training

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The SBIRT Core Training Program is a 4 hr program that covers screening and brief interventions, including Motivational Interviewing, referral to treatment and follow-up. Ready to start your training? Please click the following link:

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Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)

NY OASASCertified SBIRT Training Provider
SBIRT Core Training Program - 4 hrs
Covers screening and brief interventions, including Motivational Interviewing, referral to treatment and follow-up. Integrates new clinical skills via unique interactive cases!
*Improve clinical skills in screening, brief interventions, and referral to treatment for substance use problems!
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  • Nursing Tobacco Interventions - 3 hrs
    Covers tobacco screening, counseling, pharmacological interventions, and reimbursement; DCBN credit
    *Provide tobacco interventions for your patients and get nursing CE credit!

  • Motivational Interviewing - 1 hr
    Covers basic principles of motivational interviewing, with primary care focus
    *Motivate patients to quit substance abuse!

Publication: Tanner TB, Wilhelm SE, Rossie KM, Metcalf MP. Web-based SBIRT skills training for health professional students and primary care providers. Substance Abuse. 2012; 33(3):316-320.

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The latest results from the SBIRT Core CME are available!

SBIRT should be done by all primary care doctors.
- Verna Bain (Tennessee)
I have been using buprenoprhine in my practice for 4 years. The recommended strategies of communicating screening results and application of brief interventional goals is outstanding.
- Grand Haven, MI
I highly recommend this course to primary care physicians!
- GR (Chicago, IL)
More people in the US die from drug overdose than car accidents!
How can we intervene in addiction?