Calgary Herald: Opinion: Pushing progress for treating fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

A new report found up to four per cent of Canadians could have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. IAN KUCERAK/EDMONTON SUN Recently, the Calgary Herald published

These policies were supposed to stop pregnant women from drinking. A new study says they’re hurting babies.

In a study published on Wednesday in the journal PLOS One and provided to Vox exclusively ahead of publication, Meenakshi S. Subbaraman, a biostatistician at the Public Health Institute,

Egon Jonsson, PhD: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): A Policy Perspective

Egon Jonsson, PhD First Published March 5, 2019 Editorial The link between alcohol use and poor pregnancy outcome may have been observed for thousands of years, as

Trauma-Informed Practice Resources

Trauma-informed practice (TIP) is a critically important approach to improving substance use services, programming, policy and health promotion initiatives. Further, unless we integrate a gender

Exploring the contributions and suitability of relational and community‐centered fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) prevention work in First Nation communities

Jacqueline Pei, Elizabeth Carlson, Melissa Tremblay, Cheryl Poth Abstract Background This study provides initial evidence of the contributions and suitability of relational, trauma‐informed, and community‐based approaches for

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