SBIRT for Unhealthy Alcohol Use
Our speaker is Gail Rose, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. Ever wondered what SBIRT is, where it came from, and why we should use it? In this webinar, Dr. Rose presents the origins of SBIRT and summarizes the evidence for its efficacy. She describes the process and the variety of options that exist for using SBIRT principles to care for patients with unhealthy alcohol use. The webinar offers suggestions for obtaining hands-on guidance for using it in practice.
Gail Rose, PhD
Dr. Rose is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UVM. As a researcher, she has directed and contributed to projects broadly focused on clinical, health services, and patient self-directed care for behavioral health and substance misuse. In particular, her work has focused on the application of various technologies to the identification and treatment of substance misuse in outpatient settings, and on the integration of behavioral health in primary care. Dr. Rose received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Iowa.