FASD Provider Trainings

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Collaborative for Alcohol-Free Pregnancy offer FREE online provider trainings that are available for credit. The courses allow learners to save their progress—thus offering the flexibility to take courses as schedules permit. We invite you to take the training and help spread the word about CDC’s FASD efforts. 
For more information and to access the courses and related resources, please visit CDC’s new FASD Training page at www.cdc.gov/fasdtraining.   


ACOG and the University of Missouri offer a FREE, two-part training on preventing alcohol-exposed pregnancies that is available for MOC part IV and CME credit:

Part I: The Role of the Obstetrician/Gynecologist in the Prevention of FASD  
Part II: Alcohol SBI Training for the Healthcare Professional

Credit Information (PDF)

Informational Flyer (PDF)


The ACOG Workgroup on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) Prevention has created a presentation called “Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Ethical and Legal Perspectives,” which is eligible for one CME credit, and qualifies for the ethics CME credit required in some states.

There are two options for interacting with this training:

  • Individuals can access the FREE e-module and complete it online for 1 ethics CME credit. 
  • You or another individual at your organization can give anavailable PowerPoint presentation to the rest of your peers. The presentation is sufficiently detailed for anyone to give without being an expert, and it is eligible for 1 ethics CME credit if arranged by your organization. Please contact Lily Penney at lpenney@acog.org for more information and to request the PowerPoint presentation. 

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