SARET: Screening of Substance Use Disorders
Screening for Substance Abuse:
Good Idea or Not Ready for Prime Time?
Goals of the module are to
- Define screening
- Learn the current standards for substance abuse screening in medical settings
- Describe the justifications for implementing screening
- Assess the utility of screening tests
- Consider novel approaches aimed at advancing screening practices in substance abuse
- Introductory Case
- What is screening?
- When to screen?
- Current recommendations for substance use screening
- How to evaluate a screening test
- Novel modalities: What might make current screening better?
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