Provider Resources

FASD Education
District Champions
FASD Prevention Video Resources
Screening and Intervention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)    


FASD Education

Earn MOC Part IV and CME credit: NEW, free, two-part training on preventing alcohol-exposed pregnancies.
Part I:  The Role of the Obstetrician/Gynecologist in the Prevention of FASD  
Part II: Alcohol SBI Training for the Healthcare Professional


Help Educate Women to Drink Responsibly ACOG President's Blog, April 2015.

Setting the Record Straight on Drinking During Pregnancy ACOG President's Blog, September 2016.

Provider Education Resources:

FASD Resource Directory
Provider Reading List (PDF)
Assess Readiness to Change
Alcohol Use Guide
Standard drink pocket card
Mother To Baby Blog
Mother To Baby Blog en español


District Champions 

Most of the ACOG Districts have one or more ob-gyn "Champion," who are provider experts in FASD prevention:


District I: Erin Tracy, MD, MPH; Jacquelyn J Starer, MD

District II: David J. Garry, DO

District III: Elizabeth E. Krans, MD, MSc; Vanessa Parisi, DO, MS, MPH 

District IV: Mishka Terplan, MD, MPH

District V: Samuel Thomas Bauer, MD

District VI: Yasuko Yamamura, MD

District VII: Tara Nicole Banaszek Daming MD; Elizabeth Barlet, MD

District VIII: Tricia Elaine Wright, MD; Maria Manriquez, MD 

District IX: No Current Champion

District X: Scott M. Petersen, MD, FACOG

District XI: Carl Anthony Dunn, MD

District XII: Karen Harris, MD, MPH




FASD Prevention Video Resources


ACOG's FASD Project has developed provider-to-provider videos featuring physicians with expertise on alcohol use during pregnancy. Please click the links below to view their important messages.  


Karen Harris, MD, MPH

Tricia Wright, MD

What You Should Tell Her?

How I Practice Video 


Screening and Intervention

An article "The role of screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment in the perinatal period," is Co-Authored by two FASD Champions and has been approved by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology for MOC Part II credit in May 2017.

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)The Department of Family Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University has a website dedicated to training health care providers using the SBIRT model.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

FASD Primer for Healthcare Professionals NEW Released October 2017
State-level Estimates on Women’s Alcohol Use Released June 2017
MMWR: Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies Released Feb 2016 
Alcohol and Pregnancy: Why take the risk? Released Feb 2016
MMWR: Alcohol Use and Binge Drinking Women of Childbearing Age Released 2015




American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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