MU-ADEPT training includes several components; the requirement of each is specific to training context – school, department, agency, etc. Learners will complete the online training for academic coursework, medical education (CME or CEUs), or as part of SBIRT implementation in various clinical settings. In each case, online Core SBIRT Training is essential and is step one. This training is designed to be completed in about 2 hours but can vary with learning style.
Step #4 below generally applies specifically to UM medical residents and medical students, but is encouraged for all trainees in their respective environments. Resources and Training Materials (ADEPT/SBIRT Pocket Card, role play and simulation scenarios for adult and adolescent patient situations, etc.) are available for download and sharing by clicking their corresponding tabs at the top of the page.
Four Components of Core SBIRT Training
Extended Training For Residents
View the extended training program for residents by clicking on the button at right.
ADEPT Screening (only) Training
Orientation and brief demonstration of ADEPT evidence-based screening protocol.
MU School of Nursing
The MU-ADEPT training is being integrated into the School of Nursing curriculum on an evolving and ongoing basis. Currently, ADEPT training is incorporated into the Psychosocial and Communication Issues in Nursing and is also provided for all nursing students in semesters 6 and 7. Future plans include incorporation into the community health course for the RN to BSN students.
Glenda Nickell, RN, MSN, Instructor of Clinical Nursing, is leading the effort and can be contacted for further information at NickellG@health.missouri.edu
MU School of Social Work
MU-ADEPT training is being integrated into both the undergraduate and graduate School of Social Work curricula. BSW students received training in the course titled Human Behavior in the Social Environment and in an elective course, Addictions: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment which is open to undergraduates of any major with junior or senior standing, as well as MSW and MPH (Masters in Public Health) students. MSW students received training in both the graduate level Human Behavior in the Social Environment course as well as the DSM-IV course.
Future plans include integrating the training in an elective course, Addictions: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment which is open to undergraduates of any major with junior or senior standing, as well as MSW and MPH (Masters in Public Health) students. Also underway are experiential learning opportunities including role play and clinical simulation with standardized patients; reviews from students and faculty have been positive and enthusiastic. For more information, please contact ADEPT/SBIRT champions: Kalea Benner, PhD, MSW at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Leigh Tenkku, PhD, MPH at email@example.com.
Adobe Acrobat Reader
All the modules require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download it free on Adobe’s website: http://get.adobe.com/reader