CAN BE COMPLETED AS PART OF A ROUTINE CONSULTATION
CAN BE COMPLETED AS PART OF A ROUTINE CONSULTATION.
CAN BE USED IN A RANGE OF COMMUNITY SETTINGS.
can be used in a range of community settings.
AND ASSIST-LITE CAN BE COMPLETED ON A COMPUTER TABLET.
and ASSIST-Lite can be completed on a computer tablet.
THE ASSIST-LITE CAN BE COMPLETED IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
the ASSIST-Lite can be completed in the Emergency Department
WITH SUBSTANCE AND LEARN HOW NURSES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
with Substance and learn how Nurses can make a difference.
The ASSIST and the ASSIST-Lite are available in electronic format. The eASSIST and the eASSIST-Lite are web based versions that can be used on a personal computer.The ASSIST Checkup and ASSIST Checkup Lite are downloadable apps for completion on any smartphone or tablet.
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