Formative and summative evaluation is a continuous process that requires diligence in selecting the appropriate tool. What should the evaluator take into consideration when selecting or developing an evaluation instrument? Why?
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Substance Abuse Screening Instrument
Case Of Michael
Lewis (2014) presented the case of Michael indicating that he is a 32-year-old male who has become physically and verbally abusive at home. He has recently begun to abuse drugs, cocaine, to alleviate the stress of his job and raising a family. Lewis (2014) also concluded that Michael was introduced to cocaine by his bar buddies two years ago and has been using it ever since to suffocate the strain of his life.
Using the Case of Michael presented in the Lewis text (on pages 10-12), evaluate a substance abuse screening assessment tool listed in the CSAT TIP 42, Appendix H: "Screening Instruments." How would that tool provide useful information to help assess the appropriate level of care according to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria? (See CSAT TIP 47, Chapter 3: "Intensive Outpatient Treatment and the Continuum of Care.") What would need to be considered in using the selected assessment if Michael was not born in the United States and only had a limited command of English?View Full Posting Details