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Project CORK is a internet database set up to coordinate and deseminate new knowledge in the field of drug use.
Project Cork was founded at Dartmouth Medical School in 1977, through a grant from the Operation Cork, an arm of the Kroc Foundation, with the aim of developing a model alcohol curriculum that could be adapted and adopted by other medical schools. As their database grew and started to take in other areas of drug use they secured funding from the foundation to expand their work.
Jean Kinney is the publisher of ProjectCork.org.
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