MI:PRESTO Introduction


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MI:PRESTO Introduction

  1. 1. Welcome to MI:PRESTO Motivational Incentives:Positive Reinforcers to Enhance Successful Treatment Outcomes
  2. 2. About this Course • 5 module (5-hour), online, self-paced course • No-cost for those not requesting continuing education hours• Designed to assist clinical supervisors in designing and customizing a Motivational Incentives Program within the context of their community-based treatment organization.• Introducing no-cost implementation resources! – Checklist: 7 Principles of Motivational Incentives – Motivational Incentives Implementation Software (MIIS)
  3. 3. About this Course• Learn to use this no-cost implementation resource! – Checklist: 7 Principles of Motivational Incentives
  4. 4. About this Course• Request this no-cost implementation software! – Motivational Incentives Implementation Software (MIIS)
  5. 5. Course Objectives1. Describe key components and principles of Motivational Incentives.2. Design and implement an initial incentive program using the 7 Principles Checklist as a fidelity tool.3. Identify needed program adjustments, implementation problems and triumphs encountered.4. Compare your implementation plan with others who have completed the online course.5. Understand where and how to access no-cost resources and implementation tools.
  6. 6. Module TimelineModule Title Hour(s) 1 What are Motivational Incentives? 1.5 2 The 7 Principles Checklist 1.5 3 Using the Checklist to Plan a Program 1.0 4 Implementing the Plan .5 5 Was the Plan Successful? .5 Total Hours 5.0
  7. 7. Optional Quizzes for Non-Continuing Education Hours• A quiz follows each module in this course.• If you are taking this course and not interested in receiving continuing education hours, you have the option to complete the quizzes.• There is no limit to the number of times you may retake a quiz.• There is no cost for participants not requesting continuing education hours.
  8. 8. Required Quizzes for Continuing Education Hours• A quiz follows each module in this course.• To receive continuing education hours for this course, you must take and pass all five quizzes.• You must score at least 70% correct on each quiz to “pass.”• If you dont pass a quiz, please review the module and then retake the quiz.• There is no limit to the number of times you may retake a quiz.
  9. 9. Funding Provided By NIDA/SAMHSA Blending Initiative• Developed in 2001 by NIDA AND SAMHSA/CSAT, the initiative was designed to meld science and practice to improve addiction treatment.• “Blending Teams,” include staff from CSAT’s ATTCs and NIDA researchers who develop methods for dissemination of research results for adoption and implementation into practice.• Scientific findings are able to reach the frontline service providers treating people with substance use disorders. This is imperative to the success of drug abuse treatment programs throughout the country.
  10. 10. Producers MI:PRESTO Blending Team Pat Stilen, LCSW, Chair – Mid-America ATTC Lonnetta Albright, BS – Great Lakes ATTC Holly Hagle, PhD – Northeast ATTC Candace Peters, MA, CADC – Prairielands ATTC Content Experts & Contributors Jim Beiting, LISW-S, LICDC – Community Behavioral Health Horizon Services Christine Higgins, MA – Mid-Atlantic Clinical Trials Network Eric Hulsey, PhD – Northeast ATTC Scott Kellogg, PhD – Rockefeller UniversityMary Jo Larson, PhD, MPA – Institute for Behavioral Health, Brandeis University Lorraine Peterson, MS – Man Alive Lane Treatment Center Kenzie Preston, PhD – NIDA Intramural Research Program Nancy Petry, PhD – University of Connecticut Health Center Maxine Stitzer, PhD, CTN PI – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Edna Talboy, PhD – Salcedo-Talboy, LLC Michele Tuten, MSW, LCSW-C – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Stan Zlotkowski III – z3 Concepts, Inc.
  11. 11. Special Thanks National Institute on Drug Abuse Timothy C. Condon, PhD – Deputy Director Lucinda Miner, PhD – Deputy Director Office of Science Policy and CommunicationsDenise Pintello, PhD, MSW – Special Assistant to the NIDA Deputy Director Clinical Trials Network Research Utilization Committee SAMHSA/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Donna Doolin, LSCSW – Public Health Advisor & ATTC Project Officer and Roxanne Kibben, MA – Synergy Enterprises, Inc. Susan Storti, PhD, RN – Synergy Enterprises, Inc.
  12. 12. Enroll Now!Follow clinical supervisors, Monica and Joe, as they implement a Motivational Incentive Program! Hello, my name is Monica and I’m a Clinical Supervisor . . . and I’m Joe.