SBIRT for Youth Learning Community Participant Feedback Form
Fill out the form below!
Thank you for participating in the SBIRT for Youth Learning Community. We are looking to make some changes and improve your experience going into our second year. Please take five minutes to complete this survey to provide us with valuable feedback, suggestions, and improvements. We look forward to your continued participation in our Learning Community in 2016.
Share your Knowledge!!
Interested in being a guest presenter or leading a group discussion?
This is an opportunity for you to share experiences or plans about SBIRT of your own. You’ll also get the chance to ask questions and get answers from other SBIRT implementers, as well as input from your colleagues! Please complete the SBIRT for Youth Learning Community Participant Feedback Form and indicate your interest!
The National Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment Addiction Technology Transfer Center
New from Medscape - Substance use in Adults and Adolescents: Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
Intended for primary care physicians, pediatricians, psychiatrists, emergency physicians, dentists, chiropractors, nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants, the goal of this course is to address the basic principles of SBIRT as well as coding and reimbursement for implementation of SBIRT in practice. More information.
Thanks to all involved for a wonderful conference!
Resources from the event are are available at the following HERE.
SBIRT Reimbursement - Select Your State
Want to know what the SBI and Health and Behavior Assessment/Intervention (HBAI) Codes are for your state?
Click on this map and you will be taken to the large map where you can click on your state to access the information.
The National SBIRT ATTC is housed at the Institute for Research, Education,and Training in Addictions (IRETA) in Pittsburgh, PA. http://ireta.org/
To further expand our capacity and deepen our expertise, the National SBIRT ATTC is partnering with the University of Chicago’s National Opinion Research Center (NORC) to help healthcare and EAP providers utilize the SBIRT model.