This curriculum focuses on skills and techniques regarding identification, assessment and intervention for the spectrum of alcohol use in primary health care settings. The curriculum includes slides with speaker notes that neatly break into three sections around trigger videos demonstrating three cases: screening a drinker with no consequences, assessing and briefly counseling a drinker with health consequences, and assessing and briefly counseling a drinker with alcohol dependence.
These curricula should serve as supplements to the Core Curriculum to provide additional information about selected issues.
Health Disparities and Cultural Competence
This curriculum aims to enhance primary care physicians' ability to assure cross-cultural efficacy when assessing alcohol use, advising behavior change and arranging follow-up. The curriculum includes slides with speaker notes, a trigger video, and a case for role play.
goal of this curriculum is to understand the role
of pharmacotherapy in the treatment of alcohol use
disorders. The curriculum includes slides with speaker
notes and a handout.
These tools should serve as aids for teaching the core and related curricula.
Instructor's guide to the curricula
Tips for small and large group teaching