Tools, templates and resources to assist you in direct practice.
Insight delivers a range of training and cultural capacity building activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and non-Indigenous practitioners across Queensland.
This toolkit contains Insight's "Check" series of Ultra Brief Interventions, common AOD screening and assessment tools and other resources that can help guide a clinician to conduct a brief intervention.
The Pregnancy and Substance Use toolkit is a package of free links, guidelines and resources designed for health workers who engage with pregnant women who use substances and their families.
Clinical tools, guidelines and resources to assist withdrawal management with clients and patients.
Dovetail provides clinical advice and professional support to workers, services and communities across Queensland who engage with young people affected by alcohol and other drug use.
This toolkit contains a series of resources, videos and eLearning for workers who wish to develop their practice with clients who have co-occurring substance use and mental health problems.
Opioid Check is a package of free tools, e-learning, videos and other resources designed for Queensland-based health and community service workers who engage with people who use opioids.
This toolkit contains e-learning packages, templates, tools and other resources that AOD services can use to build partnerships with clients that improve the safety and quality of their treatment and care.
Meth Check is a package of free tools, factsheets, flowcharts, e-learning and video resources designed for Queensland-based health and community service workers who engage with people who use methamphetamine.
A series of 1-hour webinars presented on the 1st Wednesday of the month 6:00 - 7:00pm (AEST) August to November 2018.
The Working with Families toolkit is a package of free tools, e-learning, videos and other resources designed for Queensland-based health and community service workers who engage with families.
This Needle and Syringe Program Training is an educational resource presenting concepts, knowledge and skills required to work effectively as a Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) worker in Queensland.