Webinar: Integrating adolescent SBIRT education into health professional training: Findings from a national effort to prepare the next workforce
NORC at the University of Chicago partnered with the Council on Social Work Education, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Center for Clinical Social Work, IRETA, Kognito, and subject matter experts to develop and evaluate an Adolescent SBIRT Curriculum including a Learner's Guide to Adolescent SBIRT for Instructors and SBI with Adolescents online virtual simulation. The curriculum was implemented in social work and nursing programs participating in a learning collaborative as part of a national workforce development initiative conducted by NORC with funding from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. This webinar will present findings from the evaluation of the effectiveness of the adolescent SBIRT education on key outcomes including students’ knowledge, attitudes, readiness, confidence, competence, and skills.
Learning Objectives: By participating in this webinar, participants will:
- Learn about the Adolescent SBIRT Curriculum and how to access adolescent SBIRT health professional training resources;
- Discuss findings from the evaluation of the effectiveness of implementing adolescent SBIRT education in social work and nursing programs on key learning outcomes; and
- Learn how to access sample pretest and posttest evaluation measures to assess the effectiveness of adolescent SBIRT education and training with students, practitioners, educators, field instructors, and preceptors.