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Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT-10)
The AUDIT -10 assessment was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to assess alcohol consumption, drinking behaviors, and alcohol-related problems and to determine if a person may be at risk for alcohol abuse problems. Alcohol use and misuse can interfere with certain medications and treatments and it is important to audit usage and record the levels of use. If you yourself, a friend, doctor, co-worker etc. has ever been concerned about alcohol use, this assessment is a reliable measure to assess usage and indicators of possible abuse.
The standard amount of drinks are what is to be reported. The AUDIT has been validated across genders and in a wide range of racial/ethnic groups and is well suited for use in primary care settings.
The PTI App administered Audit-10 is a simple screening tool to pick up the early signs of hazardous and harmful drinking and identify mild or severe dependence.
Designed to be used internationally, the PTI App administered Audit -10 and has been validated in a study assessing people from six countries.
The PTI App administered AUDIT-10 is the most economical, reliable and validated method to screen. With the PTI App, administering the AUDIT-10 is complete, concise and cost-effective. The need for psychometrically sound, low cost screenings is essential.
For more information and validity information:
Audit Validity Info…
The report shows specific scores from the assessment to be used in decision making.
This report is an integrated compilation of information gathered from two or more assessments administered.
This report will compile info from any of the following assessments administered:
This master report presents scores; interpretations; recommendations; shows graphs to help clarify; and all item responses.
Other assessments can be added – consult Patient Tools to discuss fees for adding further screeners.