Personalized Feedback Report for substance misuse

Personalized Feedback Report for substance misuse - Document

Publication Date: April 25, 2014
Principal Investigator: Hile, Matthew

Document Description

eSBIRT’s Personalized Feedback Report provides individualized and tailored information and is included in a variety of our web based systems. The report has been written in plain language so that readers at all levels can understand its contents and act upon its recommendations. The report is based on an individual’s responses to questionnaires includes the World Health Organizations ASSIST, a readiness to changes measure, and their perceptions of other peoples’ behavior.

Personalized feedback report:

  • Compares their use to relevant state and national norms,
  • Describes the risks associated with their level of use, and
  • Provides individually tailored behavioral recommendations on risk reduction.

The report provides this information based on the specific substance being misused. Substances covered include:

  • Tobacco
  • Alcohol
  • Cannabis
  • Cocaind
  • Amphetamine type stimulants
  • Inhalants
  • Sedatives
  • Hallucinogens
  • Optioids

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