The purpose of this 3-year project is to train the nation's social work educators on the use of the newly created NIAAA Social Work Curriculum for Alcohol Use Disorders.
A secondary goal is to evaluate the impact of this training on MSW education.
The training is intended to help educators find ways of integrating alcohol content into the many different areas in which they teach and is directed at all types of educators: faculty, doctoral students, Ad Hoc instructors, field supervisors, and anyone involved in delivering MSW training.
The research involves a randomized early/late training condition, with pre/post follow up data collected from the trained individuals, their students, and the students' field instructors. This project is funded by NIAAA's R-25 mechanism.
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