Brief Emergency Medicine Interventions to Prevent Opioid Overdoses Training
Brief Emergency Medicine Interventions to Prevent Opioid Abuse is a training for Emergency Department staff that will provide them with the communication skills to have needed and critical conversations effectively. The training introduces or refreshes participants’ SBIRT skills (Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment) and has been specifically tailored to meet the unique needs of the emergency department with its fast pace and sense of urgency. Participants will have the opportunity to learn, observe and practice skills through the use of experts and simulated patient actors.
This training uses a flipped classroom model, which is an instructional strategy that reverses the traditional learning environment by delivering content, often online, outside of the classroom. It then moves activities into the classroom.
Review the preparation content found below which will be discussed during the training:
- Overview: 2-page handout that summarizes the content of the presentation.
- A 6 minute video: showing scenarios in which SBIRT and Motivational interviewing are employed in an emergency setting.
- Articles: Select two out of four
- Pre Work Overview
- Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment in the Emergency Department
- Emergency Department–Initiated Buprenorphine/Naloxone Treatment for Opioid Dependence
- Baltimore Citywide Engagement of Emergency Departments to Combat the Opioid Epidemic
- Effectiveness of SBIRT for Alcohol Use Disorders in the Emergency Department: A Systematic Review
- Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Getting to the point: a brief review of the brief negotiated interview
Once you have completed your pre-work, please click on the Quiz link that matches your course date and conduct the survey.