|Titre :||WHO alcohol brief intervention training manual for primary care|
|Auteurs :||WHO Regional Office for Europe|
|Type de document :||Rapport|
|Editeur :||Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2017|
|Format :||117 p.|
|Discipline :||TRA (Traitement et prise en charge / Treatment and care)|
Thésaurus TOXIBASEALCOOL ; INTERVENTION BREVE ; FORMATION ; METHODE ; PROGRAMME ; DEPISTAGE ; AUDIT
The need to promote evidence-based interventions such as screening and brief interventions (SBIs) has never been greater; the European Region has the highest level of alcohol consumption among all WHO regions, and alcohol-related mortality has increased over the last 2 decades. Now is the time to ensure that all Member States have tools to address alcohol-related problems through their primary health care systems.
The European action plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol 2012-2020 highlights the vital role of the primary health care system in reducing alcohol-related harm through the delivery of SBIs for alcohol. SBIs focus on identifying individuals who are drinking at levels that may have a negative impact on their health and delivering interventions to motivate and support them to reduce or stop drinking. Such interventions vary in length, content, deliverer and delivery style. These are not a substitute for, but a complement to, treatment services for alcohol dependence. Governments can support the success of SBI programmes by ensuring that primary care providers receive the necessary training, resources and structural support.
The manual has been developed to be used by Member States to expand and improve the training of health professionals on alcohol and SBI. Together with other supportive measures at the level of the health system, such training has the potential to reduce the gap between the number of people who would benefit from reducing their consumption, and the number who actually receive support or advice to do so.
|Note de contenu :||
Unit 1. Introduction, course overview and group agreement, p. 22.
Unit 2. Attitudes to alcohol, p. 26.
Unit 3. Impact, consumption and harms of alcohol, p. 34.
Unit 4. ABIs: goals, skills and practice change, p. 44.
Unit 5. Beginning a conversation about alcohol, p. 53.
Unit 6. Screening and feedback using AUDIT, p. 57.
Unit 7. Brief intervention core skills, p. 68.
Unit 8. Brief interventions - practice session; p. 77.
Post training materials - Evaluation and monitoring, p. 93.
|Domaine :||Alcool / Alcohol|
|Sous-type de document :||Guide pratique / Manual|
|Refs biblio. :||77|