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Table 3 Curriculum Resources Available on the Internet Specific sections identified from these websites that are particularly relevant are listed below

From: Providing competency-based family medicine residency training in substance abuse in the new millennium: a model curriculum

A. Mercer University School of Medicine http://medicine.mercer.edu/sbi
A1 Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Mercer's Initial training http://medicine.mercer.edu/files/sbi_alocholtrainenglish_010407.ppt
A2 Mercer's Participant and trainer's guides covering modules 1-4 available at http://medicine.mercer.edu/Introduction/Anesthesiology/Introduction/sbi/sbi_training
A3 Mercer's SBI videos for Initial training. Videos 1-5 http://medicine.mercer.edu/Introduction/Anesthesiology/Introduction/sbi/sbi_training
A4 Mercer's lecture and cases related to "Evidence base for low-risk drinking guidelines" http://medicine.mercer.edu/sbi_sessionone
A5 Mercer's lecture and cases related to "Medication use for treatment of alcohol abuse" http://medicine.mercer.edu/sbi_sessiontwo
A6 Mercer's module on "Alcohol withdrawal and delirium tremens". http://medicine.mercer.edu/files/sbi_alcoholwithdrawl_2005.ppt
A7 Mercer's module on "Outpatient detoxification." http://medicine.mercer.edu/files/sbi_outpatientalcoholdetox.ppt
A8 Mercer's teaching module on "Guidelines for prescribing mood-altering drugs" http://medicine.mercer.edu/sbi_challenges
A9 Mercer's "Primary Care Implementation Plan Decision-Making Guide" http://medicine.mercer.edu/The%20Georgia/Texas%20%22Improving%20Brief%20Intervention%22%20Project/sbi_guide
A10 Mercer's lecture on "Implementing alcohol SBI in your own practice" http://medicine.mercer.edu/sbi_sessionthree
B. Boston University's Alcohol Clinical Training Project (ACT) http://www.bu.edu/act/index.html
B1 Boston University's core curriculum on "Helping patients who drink too much: A web-based curriculum for primary care physicians" http://www.bu.edu/act/mdalcoholtraining/slides/index.html
B2 Boston University's related curriculum materials on "Health Disparities and Cultural Competency", and "Pharmacotherapy". http://www.bu.edu/act/mdalcoholtraining/related_curricula.html
C. Project MAINSTREAM http://www.projectmainstream.net/projectmainstream.asp?cid%20=%2021
C1 Project MAINSTREAM's lecture on "Alcohol and drug dependence: Comparisons to other chronic medical conditions. http://www.projectmainstream.net/projectmainstream.asp?cid=1298
C2 Project MAINSTREAM's lecture "Substance use disorders in physicians" http://www.projectmainstream.net/newsfiles/physician.ppt
C3 Project's MAINSTREAM's lectures on pregnancy and SUD http://www.projectmainstream.net/projectmainstream.asp?cid=855
D. Project CHOICES
D1 Project CHOICES for women at risk for alcohol-exposed pregnancies. http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/fasd/research-preventing.html