Project

MU-ADEPT – Alcohol and Drug Education for Prevention and Treatment at the University of Missouri –

MU-ADEPT – Alcohol and Drug Education for Prevention and Treatment at the University of Missouri –

Website: https://adept.missouri.edu
Principal Investigator: Sprague, Debra J.
Funder: SAMHSA, TI020288-01
Official Title: Training Residents across Disciplines in SBIRT Services

To address misuse and abuse of alcohol and other substances, MU-ADEPT trains medical residents and other healthcare professionals in and beyond the University of Missouri health care system to provide evidence-based Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment (SBIRT) in various health care settings. ADEPT is broad-based and far-reaching with key partners including: MU Schools of Medicine, Social Work, and the Sinclair School of Nursing; Missouri Department of Mental Health; St. Louis University School of Medicine; North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital; and the Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center. ADEPT promotes organizational infrastructures of leadership, faculty development, and operational capacity to support SBIRT services. MIMH provides ADEPT project management, evaluation, dissemination, administrative assistance, and custom website development and maintenance.

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