Main Goal

The overall goal of the Mountain Plains Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Practice and Implementation Center (Mountain Plains FASD PIC) is to introduce, improve, and sustain the knowledge and practice behaviors of medical assistants (MAs), particularly MAs certified by the American Association of Medical Assistants, in preventing and intervening with risky and hazardous alcohol use which are supported by the adoption of evidence-based interventions in clinical practices. Specifically, this project is focused on reducing and ultimately preventing alcohol-exposed pregnancies by way of utilizing medical and allied health professionals working on interprofessional health care teams who have access to patients who are pregnant or are of reproductive age.

Here is more information about the partnership between the Mountain Plains FASD PIC and the AAMA.