This interactive training tool shows you how to identify your patients and clients who are drinking at a risky level, and how you can offer them brief advice to help them consider their drinking. There’s now strong scientific evidence to show that just a few minutes of brief advice can significantly reduce risky drinking and improve health.Features:- Josie, a practice nurse at a GP surgery explains how to use the app;- Meet 3 of Josie’s patients, Jamal, Julie and Seema, who are all drinking at different risky levels;- Play the interactive alcohol unit game to learn how many units of alcohol are in a typical drink;- Complete the simple 10 question Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) on yourself, or with a hypothetical patient to learn how to calculate a person’s risk score;- Watch Josie offer brief advice to her 3 patients, the right way and the wrong way!- Change how each patient responds when they are told their risk score – are they motivated to change, contemplative about their drinking, or resistant to change? See how Josie modifies her advice depending on how her patients respond;- Find other helpful web links and source of information and advice.The Alcohol IBA training app is a co-production between the south east London Public Health Collaborative, Jungle Studios and the Alcohol Academy. The South East London Public Health Collaborative brings together public health practitioners, academics and clinicians across south east London to design, implement and evaluate public health interventions. Jungle Studio’s team has produced BAFTA winning educational TV programmes and some of the UK’s best selling ‘Editor’s Choice’ educational apps. The Alcohol Academy aims to promote effective alcohol harm reduction, and specialises in training and development for frontline staff and practitioners.