Drug Use Disorders Identification Test Extended - DUDIT-E

Drug Use Disorders Identification Test Extended - DUDIT-E
Anne H. Berman‚ Hans Bergman‚ Tom Palmstierna & Frans Schlyter. 2007
The team under the auspices of Anne H. Berman
 
How often do you use the following substances? (See DUDIT drug list.)
Cannabis
Amphetamines
Cocaine
Opiates
Hallucinogens
Thinner and other drugs
GHB and other drugs
Pills (sleeping/calming)
Pills (pain-relievers)
Tobacco (cigarettes‚ cigars‚ pipe tobacco‚ snuff)
 
What is positive for you about using drugs?
1. Sleep better.
2. Lose tension and become relaxed.
3. Become happy.
4. Become strong.
5. Feel ”normal.”
6. Become creative (get ideas‚ do artistic things).
7. Become active (clean home‚ do dishes‚ wash the car‚ etc.).
8. Love everybody and the whole world.
9. More self-confidence.
10. Feel less pain in my back‚ neck‚ head etc.
11. Get a feeling that everything will work out.
12. Life without drugs is boring.
13. I can control feelings like anxiety‚ anger and depression.
14. With drugs I can function socially.
15. With drugs I feel that I am part of the group.
16. I get better contact with others.
17. I get more out of my life.
What is negative for you about using drugs?
1. Over the past year I have had trouble at work‚ in school or at home because of drugs.
2. Over the past year I have sought medical or hospital care or had medical problems (forexample memory loss or hepatitis) because ofdrugs.
3. Over the past year I have been in quarrels or used violence under the influence of drugs.
4. Over the past year I have had trouble with the police because of drugs.
5. Feel anxiety.
6. Get suicide thoughts.
7. Avoid the company of others.
8. Get headaches or feel nauseous.
9. Have worse contact with friends.
10. Have trouble concentrating.
11. Feel less like ha‎ving sex.
12. Destroys finances.
13. Become passive.
14. Health worsens.
15. Become inconsiderate.
16. Destroys family life.
17. See everything as a big chaos.
What are your thoughts about drugs?
1. Do you enjoy taking drugs?
2. Do you feel tired of using drugs?
3. Have you been worried about your drug use over the past year?
4. Are you ready to work to change your drug use?
5. Do you think you need professional help to change your drug use?
6. Do you believe you can get the right sort of professional help?
7. Do you believe you can be helped by professional treatment for your drug use?
8. Do you think it is important to change your drug use?
9. Do you believe it will be difficult to change your drug use?
10. Have you already changed your drug use and are looking for methods to help you avoid relapses?
 
This instrument can be found at: http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/html.cfm/index61869EN.html
 
Never‚ Tried it one or more times‚ Once a month or less often‚ 2-4 times a month‚ 2-3 times a week‚ 4 times a week or more‚ Check the box below if you mean use during relapse or limited periods
 
Not at all‚ A little‚ Somewhat‚ A lot‚ Totally
Items 1-4: Never‚ Less often than once a month‚ Every month‚ Every week‚ Daily or almost every day
Items 5-17: Not at all‚ A little‚ Somewhat‚ A lot‚ Totally
 
Not at all‚ Partly‚ Totally
 
The team under the auspices of Anne H. Berman
Karolinska Institutet
In case anybody is interested in translating the DUDIT-E please contact Anne H. Berman.

Berman‚ A. H.‚ Palmstierna‚ T.‚ Källmén‚ H.‚ & Bergman‚ H. (2007). The self-report Drug Use Disorders Identification Test-Extended (DUDIT-E): Reliability‚ validity‚ and motivational Index. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment‚ 32‚ 357-369.