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E-Learning and Interventions

ADAI's web-based training and tools are designed for healthcare workers, community providers and the public. Several were created by Talaria, Inc.and gifted to the UW. the rest were developed by ADAI with support from state and federal agencies.

  Provider Training & Tools

SBIRT in Primary Care (SBIRT-PC)

SBIRT-PC is a web-based training on delivering Screening, Brief Interventions, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) for alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and other drugs in a primary care setting. Includes modules for prescription drugs, motivational interviewing, adolescents, and more. Learn more.

Medicinal Cannabis & Chronic Pain
(CME available)

Developed for health professionals, including physicians, nurses, osteopaths, pharmacists, and physician assistants, this training presents current information on the use of medicinal cannabis for the treatment of various conditions, with a focus on chronic pain. APA CME available. Updated in 2017! Learn more.

Treatment Retention Toolkit

The Treatment Retention Toolkit features training and other resources intended to help clinicians and treatment organizations in Washington State improve client engagement and retention in SUD outpatient settings. Learn more.

Teaching Pain Self-Management:
Culture Matters

Culture Matters is a web-based training program for primary care providers on teaching patients with chronic pain to use cognitive-behavioral pain management techniques to help manage their pain. Learn more.

Addressing Sexual Issues in Addictions Treatment

This 2.5 hour workshop from the NIDA Clinical Trials Network focuses on the outcomes and clinical utility of two gender-specific interventions for reducing HIV sexual risk behavior among clients in drug treatment.Free NAADAC CEU available. Learn more.

Healing of the Canoe

Healing of the CanoeHealing of the Canoe focuses on suicide and substance abuse prevention for Native youth. It was designed to be adapted by Native communities using community-specific traditions and beliefs to strengthen youths' connection to their communities and cultures, and strengthen their hope and optimism. HOC uses the Pacific NW Canoe Journey as a metaphor, providing skills needed to navigate life’s journey without being pulled off course by alcohol or drugs – with Native culture as compass and anchor. Learn more.

Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening (ASSIST+) Coming soon!

ASSIST+ is a computer-assisted substance use risk screening interview consisting of the ASSIST and the AUDIT-C tools. It assesses multiple substances and creates a provider report and personalized feedback for the patient.

Skill Acquisition via Simulated Patient Interviews (SASPI) Coming soon!

SASPI is a brief web-based refresher training in Motivational Interviewing (MI). It reviews the core principles and skills of MI and provides opportunities to practice skills with a computer simulated patient and to compare your responses to best practice examples.

Health & Wellness for Patients & the Public

Opioid Overdose Prevention

Opioid Overdose Prevention educaton for health workers, community providers, patients and their family and friends, and the general public. Learn more.

Pain Workbook

Pain Workbook is a web-based workbook for individuals with chronic pain. Ten chapters address cognitive-behavioral approaches to minimize disability and maximize quality of life with chronic pain. Learn more

Coping with Cancer Workbook
Coming soon!

The Coping with Cancer Workbook teaches breast cancer survivors how to use cognitive behavior and stress management strategies to improve their health and quality of life.

Questions about any of these tools?
Email adai@uw.edu.

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