SBIRT/MI Background and Training for Supervisors

6 Free CEUs Available

April 20, 2016 OR April 25, 2016
9 am-4 pm

University of Illinois School of Social Work
1010 W. Nevada Street, Room 2015
Urbana, 61801

What is SBIRT and what will the training entail?

SBIRT is an evidence-based screening and early intervention tool designed to identify and refer those in need of substance use treatment. Brief and effective, SBIRT can be implemented in any environment where health professionals interact with substance using patients.

The morning portion of this conference will help you develop competency in Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). The afternoon portion is designed to assist SBIRT supervisors with learning how to code intern and clinician use of SBIRT.

Who can attend?

  • Field supervisors who will be supervising a School of Social Work SBIRT Scholar in Summer/Fall 2016 field placements
  • Field supervisors who would like to host a School of Social Work SBIRT Scholar in the future
  • Professionals who would like to learn and improve their SBIRT/MI skills

Presented by:

Dr. Lori Egizio, DSW, LCSW

Register

Questions?

Contact Katie Adams at kjadams2@illinois.edu or Lori Egizio at legizio@illinois.edu