Project Cork: Clinical Screening Tools

Project Cork's mission is to assemble and disseminate current, authoritative information on substance abuse for clinicians, health care providers, human service personnel, and policy makers. Project Cork produces a bibliographic database, offers current awareness services, produces resource materials, responds to queries, and collaborates in professional education efforts. The CORK database of more than 89,000 holdings is searchable online.

The "Clinical Tools" page of its website includes fifteen different screening tests. Some are alcohol specific while others cover alcohol and other drugs. Some are designed for self-administration and others for use in clinical interviews. Some are intended for special populations. Each test is accompanied by instructions for scoring, basic references, and a link to a current bibliography. A copy of each test is available in pdf format for duplication to use in clinical settings.


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Title: Project Cork: Clinical Screening Tools
Author(s): Project Cork
Publisher City: Lebanon, New Hampshire
Publisher Name: Project Cork Institute, Dartmouth Medical School
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  • Project Cork: Clinical Screening Tools

    Project Cork's disseminates current, authoritative information on substance abuse for health and human-service  providers and policymakers. The "clinical tools" page of its website includes 15 screening tests. Some are alcohol specific while others cover alcohol and other drugs. Some are designed for self-administration and others for use in clinical interviews.

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