Clinical Protocols to Reduce High Risk Drinking in College Students: The College Drinking Prevention Curriculum for Health Care Providers

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Clinical Protocols to Reduce High Risk Drinking in College Students: The College Drinking Prevention Curriculum for Health Care Providers

Description

The goal of this 87-page curriculum is to help health professionals and others who work with college students to identify and treat students who are at risk for or have alcohol-related problems. The methods presented are based on science and clinical experience and have been tested and used in a variety of settings. The protocols were specifically designed for busy, high-volume practices.

The curriculum is divided into the following teaching modules:

  • Epidemiology and prevention of alcohol use and alcohol problems among college students
  • Screening and assessment of students in college health settings
  • Clinical protocols used for brief intervention or brief talk therapy
  • Development of skills in motivational interviewing

The curriculum also includes the following appendixes:

  • Brief intervention workbook
  • Role-play scenarios
  • Attitude exercise

Developer:

Fleming, Michael M.D., M.P.H.-University of Wisconsin-Madison; National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Funding Sources:

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

History

Release Date: 2002
Original Summary: August 2005
Last Updated: 04/11/08

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