10-item questionnaire that screens for hazardous or harmful alcohol consumption. Developed by the World Health Organization (WHO), the test correctly classifies 95% of people into either alcoholics or non-alcoholics. The AUDIT is particularly suitable for use in primary care settings and has been used with a variety of populations and cultural groups. It should be administered by a health professional or paraprofessional.
Simple 3-question screen for hazardous or harmful drinking that can stand alone or be incorporated into general health history questionnaires.
10-item, yes/no self-report instrument that has been condensed from the 28-item DAST and should take less than 8 minutes to complete. The DAST-10 was designed to provide a brief instrument for clinical screening and treatment evaluation and can be used with adults and older youth.
This pocket guide is condensed from the 30-page NIAAA guide, Helping Patients Who Drink Too Much: A Clinician’s Guide.
This guide is designed to assist clinicians serving adult patients in screening for drug use.