Unit Three: Screening Tools and Procedures
Chapter 14: Screening Tools & Measuring Outcomes for Chemical Dependency Counseling
Unit Three: Class Four
3.4.1. List screening tools and guidelines to identify substance abuse issues and/or addiction.
3.4.2. Explain how the results are documented in the electronic health record for communication, monitoring care, and outcome analysis (intra/inter-office, state and local registries).
3.4.3. Summarize the importance of screening tools as a measure of health, measure of results, and standards in care.
3.4.4. List the pros and cons of three screening tools.
3.4.5. Explain how you might utilize support staff of team members to administer, chart the results, and/or coordinate care.
Integrated Care: Creating Effective Mental and Primary Health Care Teams
- Substance Abuse – Chapter 6, pgs 124-152.
- Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Health. Vincent J. Felitti, MD, Academic Pediatrics 2009;9:131-2
- Discussing Past Trauma History with Patients During an Initial Assessment; UW AIMS Center resource
Optional Online Articles:
- Relationship of Childhood Abuse and Household Dysfunction to Many of the Leading Causes of Death in Adults The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study. Vincent J. Felitti, MD, FACP, et al; American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Volume 14, Number 4
- Adverse Childhood Experiences Study; CDC, Injury Prevention & Control: Division of Violence Prevention