Tools, templates and resources to assist you in direct practice.
A collection of learning resources to assist workers delivering AOD counselling and brief interventions over the telephone. These resources have been developed as a collaboration between The National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED), Adis 24/7 Alcohol & Drug Support Queensland, and Insight.
This toolkit contains a suite of eLearning modules on brief interventions addressing smoking, alcohol and other drugs, nutrition, physical activity and oral health for both the general population and for pregnancy and early life. They are suitable for all health and community service workers.
A toolkit to support Queensland Health Alcohol and Drug and Mental Health staff in the implementation of the Comprehensive Care: Partnerships in Care and Communication Project. These resources are made available through a collaboration involving Insight, Dovetail, the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Learning and Clinical Excellence Queensland.
Self-paced modules for GPs, other Medical Practitioners and Nurse Practitioners who are seeking to become authorised to prescribe opioid treatment in Queensland or to extend their existing authorisation to include Long Acting Injection Buprenorphine.
A gateway to a range of workshops and supporting resources to enhance your knowledge and skills on the suite of clinical measures in Queensland's mental health services. Login/create your Insight account with your Queensland Health staff email @health.qld.gov.au to look inside this toolkit.
This locked toolkit is for Queensland Health and Queensland Corrective Services staff working in correctional centres or with people on release from custody. It collates useful material to provide awareness and skill to support delivery of the OST program. Sign-in or sign-up to your Insight account using your work email address (@health.qld.gov.au, @corrections.qld.gov.au or @qcs.qld.gov.au ) to access.
“The Starter Pack” is a free educational package designed to assist general practice managers, practice nurses, Aboriginal Health and Social and Emotional Wellbeing Workers and practice reception staff to build the knowledge, skills and confidence to effectively respond to patients experiencing problematic alcohol and other drug (AOD) use in Queensland.