The single-question screening test for drug use administered by a health professional.
The instrument identifies the numeric count of instances of maladaptive use of prescription drugs (substances obtained only by the order of legal medical professional) or illegal drugs (substances deemed as harmful and usually subject to legal restriction) during the last 365 days that may lead to social, occupational, psychological, or physical problems, as part of a person's medical background regarding health and the occurrence of disease events of the individual.
The Single-Question Screening Test was developed and published by Peter Smith, et al, 2010. The instrument is available for use in the public domain; research was supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
Smith PC, Schmidt SM, Allensworth-Davies D, Saitz R (2010). A single-question screening test for drug use in primary care. Arch Intern Med 170:1155-60.
|Single-Question Screening Test for Drug Use