Brief Interventions

Corradi-Webster et al (2005), cites Strategical of Diagnosis and Brief Interventions – EDIBS, but still little its uses in the primary attention and its contribution for the model of public health of Brazil are studied especially, as the selection methods. Amongst the interventions one suggests the selection methods, the Test for the Identification of Problems Related to the lcool Use (AUDIT), developed for the OMS, that considers the intervention levels in accordance with the punctuation in relation to the standard of consumption (MENDEZ apud LAMB et al. 2006). Ahead of these consideraes, several researchers, and in Brazil the PAI-PAD (Program of Actions Integrated for Prevention and Attention to the Alcohol Use and Drugs in the Community), search to stimulate the use of the methods of selection for the professionals of the health.

He knows yourself that such interventions can improve the standard of use of the alcohol for the user, and not to diminish its satisfaction with the submitted clinical treatment. For daily considering the diversity and the performance of the nursing, the nurses, if they detach as a great group of professionals who come across with alcohol users, according to Pillon (2005), this condition contributes for the identification and the important performance next to these users in relation to the abusive alcohol consumption. For Parette et al. (apud DINIZ; RUFINNO, 1996) the performance of the nurses in education in health is historical. Front to this problematic one that it is lived deeply, will become marcantes more in reply the necessity of the society for such services, front the problematic one of the consumption abusive of alcohol. However Pillon (2005) affirms, the negative attitudes and estereotipadas they make it difficult the accomplishment of these interventions for the nursing. Therefore the nursing of the work, as part of one has equipped multiprofessional who to search to assure the quality of life in a company and that involves with the assistance ‘ ‘ cuidar’ ‘.