A National Survey of Physicians, Nurses, and Mental Health Professionals
Are Health care Professionals Ready to Address Patients’ Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders?
[Sponsored] Primary and acute care practitioners have unique opportunities and a growing sense of responsibility to address substance use and mental health disorders in routine office visits. A survey was sent to 676 physicians, nurses, and nurse practitioners to assess their skills and confidence in conducting substance use Screening & Brief Interventions (SBI)—an evidence-based approach to prevent, reduce, and treat behavioral health concerns. Results reported in this case study indicate a need and demand for SBI training as the nation faces a behavioral health crisis. Download the Case Study to find the results.
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