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SBIRT

Screening
Brief motivational
Interventions
Referral options
Treatment

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what is the primary goal of motivational interviewing?

facilitate behavior change by helping people to explore and work through ambivalence

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motivational interviewing definition

client centered, collaborative, directive, time limited form of individual psychotherapy

4

what are the MI principles?

express empathy
develop discrepancy (focus more on present/future not past)
avoid argumentation
roll with resistance
support self-efficacy

5

what clues can be used to diagnose alcohol use disorder?

ascites, caput medusae, erythema of face/nose, erectile dysfunction, no baldness in males, insomnia, visual hallucinations, memory problems, history of seizures, repeated falls, accidents, smell of alcohol (OMG DUH)

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diagnosis of AUD?

labs: BAC, GGT (if high, liver is being damaged), AST, MCV (increased in alcoholism), CDT (increased)
screening: CAGE

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what are the MI techniques?

reflections, open ended questions, readiness ruler, decisional balance, menu of options, personalized feed-back

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how can empathy be expressed?

reflecting the unspoken feeling

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what should you do when providing personalized feedback?

ask permission, give information, elicit reaction

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what is the readiness ruler?

some dumb shit about ranking on a scale of 1-10 how ready you are the quit doing fun things

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what are the 5 steps of SBIRT

1. build rapport
2. explore pros and cons
3. provide personalized feedback
4. assess readiness for change
5. create action plan