Тест на выявление расстройств, связанных с употреблением алкоголя AUDIT - Russian
I II III IV
M: 0-4 5-14 15-19 20+
W: 0-3 4-12 13-19 20+
ы когда-нибудь были в лечении проблемы с алкоголем? никогда не ныне в прошлом
(For the clinician or behavioralist)
Scoring and interpreting the AUDIT:
1. Each response has a score ranging from 0 to 4. All response scores are added for a total score.
2. The total score correlates with a zone of use, which can be circled on the bottom left corner.
Brief education: An opportunity to educate patients about low-risk consumption levels and the risks of excessive alcohol use.
Brief intervention: Patient-centered discussion that employs Motivational Interviewing concepts to raise an individual’s awareness of his/her substance use and enhancing his/her motivation towards behavioral change. Brief interventions are typically performed in 3-15 minutes, and should occur in the same session as the initial screening. Repeated sessions are more effective than a one-time intervention.
The recommended behavior change is to cut back to low-risk drinking levels unless there are other medical reasons to abstain (liver damage, pregnancy, medication contraindications, etc.). Patients with numerous or serious negative consequences from their drinking, or patients with likely dependence who cannot or will not obtain conventional specialized treatment, should receive more numerous and intensive interventions with follow up. The recommended behavior change in this case is to either cut back to low-risk drinking levels or abstain from use. * Johnson J, Lee A, Vinson D, Seale P. “Use of AUDIT-Based Measures to Identify Unhealthy Alcohol Use and Alcohol Dependence in Primary Care: A Validation Study.” Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 37, No S1, 2013: pp E253–E2