The SBIRT Challenge: An Exploration of Implementation Barriers, Facilitators, & Sustainability in SW & Inter-professional Health

Date & Time

  • Thursday, October 27, 2016 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Details
Event Description: 
The BIG Initiative, National SBIRT ATTC, NORC at the University of Chicago, and Council on Social Work Education. In this free webinar, we will discuss the barriers and facilitators experienced when implementing SBIRT education. A model identifying the interrelationship between barriers and facilitators will be presented, as well as a comparison of implementation with different populations of students, geographic locations, professional concepts, and cultures. The webinar will end with the presentation of issues surrounding sustainability and brainstorming of possible solutions. Presented by: Cynthia Montgomery, PhD, MSN, PMHNP-BC, Assistant Professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage; and Lydia Ogden, PhD, MSW, Associate Teaching Professor at Northeastern University Moderated by: Tracy McPherson, PhD, Senior Research Associate, NORC at the University of Chicago. CE Credit and Certificate: This webinar offers free 1.5 NAADAC CEs and a certificate of completion.
Type of Event: 
Education (townhall meeting, class, workshop, lecture or training for community and general public, policymakers, social service and criminal justice organizations, etc.)
Health and Wellness (screening for substance use and/or mental disorder screening, smoking cessation, health fair, blood pressure or diabetes clinic, yoga, healing, retreat, etc.)
Is this event open to public?: 
Yes
Estimated Number of Attendees: 
50
Location
Is this a virtual event (taking place online)?: 
Yes
URL to join the virtual event: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5143952277986834948
Is this event in the United States?: 
Yes
Country: 
United States
Contacts
Contact Name: 
SBIRT
Last Name: 
Challenge
Address Line 1: 
1400 K St NW #400
City: 
Washington
U.S. State: 
District of Columbia
Zip Code: 
20005
Phone: 
2026847457
Notification: 
Yes
Last Updated: 10/17/2016