Introduction to SBIRT
Dr. Umeika Stephens, graduate program director for the psychiatric nurse practitioner program and co-principal investigator on Wayne State University's SBIRT grant, introduces SBIRT (S=Screening, B=Brief, I=Intervention, R=Referral, T=To Treatment). Dr. Stephens explains how she has implemented SBIRT into her professional career as well as teaching SBIRT to her students.
SBIRT and Fitness
Personal trainer and LPN Angela Robinson describes her fitness journey and how fitness can be a useful tool in recovery. Angela details when and how fitness can be a tool for those recovering from substance abuse and the importance of self-worth in the recovery process.
SBIRT for Alcohol Use
Sheryl, a 30-year-old female, is attending an appointment at her Primary Care office. Sheryl completed several screening tools which indicated excessive alcohol use. Based on the screening results, Sheryl's primary care physician referred Sheryl to the social worker. The social worker in this video is using the AUDIT screening tool, you can follow along with Sheryl's completed AUDIT here.
SBIRT for Alcohol and Drug Use
Sam, a 28-year-old male, is a patient who was admitted into the emergency department after a car accident. Upon admission, Sam completed several screening tools. Based on the screening tool responses, a health care professional will review the results with Sam. The clinician in this video is using the AUDIT screening tool, you can follow along with Sam's completed AUDIT here.
SBIRT for Older Adults
Ms. Collins is an older adult living in a retirement community. Ms. Collins completed several screening tools indicating signs of depression and increased alcohol use. Based on the results of these screening tools, Ms. Collins was referred to the Community Social Worker. The social worker in this video is using the AUDIT screening tool, you can follow along with Ms. Collins completed AUDIT here.
SBIRT for Adolescents
OUD Myth Busting videos
OUD Myth - Do meds replace one addicition for another?
OUD Myth - What is the consequence of touching fentanyl?
OUD Myth - Is fentanyl naloxone resistant?
OUD Myth - Does naloxone encourage drug use?
OUD Myth - Can you give yourself naloxone?
The Intersection of Harm Reduction, MOUDs and the Criminal Justice System
This video is a snippet from Intersection of Harm Reduction, MOUD’s and the Criminal Justice System, a 3-hour, interactive training led by Renee Casey BS, Director of Community Corrections/Correctional Services for Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office; Matthew Costello, LMSW, Treatment Ecosystems Manager at the Wayne State University Center for Behavioral Health and Justice; and Jessica Moreno PharmD, BCPP, Psychiatric Clinical Pharmacist at Beaumont Health. Attendees will receive an overview of the criminal justice system, Medications for opioid use disorder and how they come together to create a continuum of care in the criminal justice system.
Human Trafficking Training for Healthcare Professionals
This video is a snippet from Tehmina Shakir, MD, CCP, CCTSS, CCTP, CSOTP, CFRC, CCFP, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Assistant Clinical Professor of the Wayne State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, and Director of Psychiatric Services at Vista Maria Residential Treatment for Youth, presentation on Human Trafficking. Human trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act and is often called “modern-day slavery.” Having knowledge about human trafficking and what forms it exists in our community will prepare health professionals to identify and support survivors of human trafficking.