Evidence Based Response to the Opioid Crisis (Day 1: SBIRT Workshop)

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Evidence Based Response to the Opioid Crisis (Day 1: SBIRT Workshop)

DAY 1: SBIRT Workshop AGENDA12:30pm: Registration1:00pm: SBIRT Workshop: Part 12:30pm: Break2:45pm: SBIRT Workshop: Part 24:15pm: Wrap Up & Questions SBIRT WorkshopThe Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model of care has been recognized as an evidence-based approach to universal screening for alcohol and drug misuse (SAMHSA, 2011; National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, n.d.). SBIRT is an effective method to identify and assist individuals who misuse alcohol or drugs, with either a brief motivation-enhancing encounter, education, or referral to specialty care when needed. SBIRT builds on the screening approach used in healthcare for a range of lifestyle issues (e.g. tobacco use, hypertension, obesity, etc.), and screening for drug and alcohol use becomes a part of every initial encounter.

The model can be implemented during routine visits and in a variety of health and behavioral health care settings, including primary care, emergency departments, trauma centers, community health centers, community behavioral health, and dental clinics. This workshop will provide an overview of the critical role providers can play in implementing the SBIRT model in integrated systems across the country, for the purposes of: 1) preventing risky substance use before it progresses to a substance use disorder, 2) stopping or slowing the impact substance use may have on a patient’s health condition/s, and 3) helping to close the ‘treatment gap’ (the large number of patients who would benefit from substance abuse treatment who do not receive it). Special attention will be given to adaptations to the model to address the opioid epidemic.
Attendees of the SBIRT Workshop can receive 3 CEUs provided through NAADAC. PRESENTERSArizona State University Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy (ASU CABHP)The Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy is a research and training Center with ASU’s Collegeof Public Service and Community Solutions.  The mission of the CABHP is to improve practices, program implementation, and policies that impact families and individuals affected by mental illness and substance abuse. We achieve this mission by engaging in services research, policy analysis, workforce enhancement, program development and evaluation.  Promoting recovery and resiliency from the impact of mental illness and substance use disorders through innovative community solutions. Denise Beagley, M.Sc., is the Manager, Clinicial Initiatives and Training, at Arizona State University’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy.
Beagley has worked within the behavioral health system since 2002. Prior to working in Arizona, she completed her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.  To date, Beagley’s work has centered around the intersection of criminal justice and psychology. While at Trinity College, her research focused on the Garda Síochána (the police force in Ireland), the effects of job stress and their willingness to access counseling.  Since 2005, Denise has served as adjunct faculty for the Arizona Administrative Office of the Courts in the areas of motivational interviewing, probation compassion fatigue, understanding psychiatric disorders, Heroin A to Z and hearing voices.  Beagley has more than 18 years of experience working in the areas of co-occurring disorders, psychiatric disorders, cultural competency, suicide prevention, motivational interviewing, compassion fatigue, correctional fatigue, and stress management.
She is also a certified master trainer for the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) , Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) model, and Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Dr. Adrienne Lindsey, MA, DBH, serves as Principal Manager for Interprofessional Training and Curricula for Arizona State University’s (ASU) Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy, with faculty affiliate appointments in the ASU School of Social Work and the College of Health Solutions.  Dr. Lindsey earned her Doctorate in Integrated Behavioral Health from ASU after obtaining a Master of Arts in Psychology from Northwest University, and a bachelor’s degree in 2004 from the University of Washington. Dr.
Lindsey serves as a senior trainer for the Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer, and a guest lecturer for the University of Arizona’s Center for Integrative Medicine.  Dr. Lindsey is a subject matter expert in the areas of co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders, medication-assisted treatment, and the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model for universal substance abuse screening.  Dr. Lindsey serves as Project Director of ASU’s SBIRT Student Training grant, a five discipline collaborative of various health disciplines, promoting the expansion of substance abuse training in pre-service education settings. Adrienne previously served as project director for the Arizona-based Medication-Assisted Treatment for Community Corrections Environments (MATICCE) study, a National Institutes of Health-funded initiative to expand the use of medication-assisted treatment for criminal justice-involved patients. This event is funded by the Arizona Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Opioid State Targeted Response Grant.

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