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More than half of clinical health care professionals said they felt unprepared to provide behavioral health screening and brief intervention (SBI) during regular consumer visits. About 57% do not feel adequately prepared to provide screenings for substance use or mental health disorders, or to provide consumers with information about the impact of behavioral health disorders. About 64% feel inadequately prepared to use motivational interviewing to encourage consumers to change their behaviors or seek help. About 62% feel inadequately prepared to collaborate with consumers to create an action plan. These findings were reported in “Are Healthcare Professionals Ready to Address Patients . . .
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