Adolescent SBIRT

Reducing Substance Use by Young People

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Kognito is a leader in developing and disseminating immersive learning experiences that simulate challenging conversations about health and social issues using fully-animated, emotionally responsive virtual humans. Kognito’s online and mobile simulations allow consumers and professionals to build the skills, attitudes and self-efficacy to engage in real-life conversations that can drive significant and sustained changes in their own and others’ health behaviors. Kognito simulations have addressed a wide range of health topics, including substance use screening and brief intervention competencies for primary care and emergency department professionals.

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  1. Clinical Communication Simulations

SBI with Adolescents

SBI with Adolescents is a simulation for health professionals to apply evidence-based techniques to screen adolescents for substance use with evidence-based tools, conduct brief interventions, and coordinate referral to treatment. The simulation provides hands-on practice applying motivational interviewing to improve patient outcomes, and includes scoring of learner performance. SBI with Adolescents is approved for 2.0 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, 2.0 ANCC CNE contact hours, and 1.5 NASW hours. Learn more and access a demo here.


SBI Skills Assessment

SBI Skills Assessment where health professionals practice and assess competency to apply evidence-based techniques to screen patients for substance use, conduct brief interventions, and coordinate referrals to treatment. SBI Skills Assessment is approved for 0.75 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 0.75 ANCC CNE contact hours.. Learn more and access a demo here.


At-Risk in Primary Care

At-Risk in Primary Care is a simulation that prepares primary care professionals on applying evidence-based techniques to conduct screening and brief interventions for mental health and substance use. The simulation provides hands-on practice applying motivational interviewing to improve patient outcomes. At-Risk in Primary Care is approved for 1.5 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 1.5 ANCC CNE contact hours. Learn more and access a demo here.

At-Risk in Primary Care: Adolescents

At-Risk in Primary Care: Adolescents is a simulation that prepares primary care professionals on applying evidence-based techniques to screen adolescents for depression and suicide using evidence-based tools, conduct brief interventions, and coordinate referrals to treatment. This simulation provides hands-on practice applying motivational interviewing to improve patient outcomes. At-Risk in Primary Care: Adolescents is approved for 0.75 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 0.75 ANCC CNE contact hours. Learn more and access a demo here.