Health Care Providers’ Perceived Barriers to Screening for Substance Use During Pregnancy

Ryoko Pentecost, Kristy Schmidt, Jane S. Grassley, Health Care Providers’ Perceived Barriers to Screening for Substance Use During Pregnancy, Nursing for Women’s Health, 2021, ISSN

CTV News: WHO action plan on alcohol sparks confusion, allegations of sexism

Brooke Taylor, CTVNews.ca Writer Red wine is poured into a glass in this file photo. (Instants / Istock.com) TORONTO — A global action plan on alcohol laid

CANFASD WEBINAR: THINKING ABOUT FASD MONTH

This webinar will provide information to help you prepare for FASD Month in September and FASD Day on September 9, 2021. Information will be provided

CanFASD Article Summary: Conceptualizing #winemoms in social media

This is a summary of the recent article #sendwine: An analysis of motherhood, alcohol use and #winemom culture on Instagram. For a complete understanding of the

Maternal adverse childhood experiences are associated with binge drinking during pregnancy in a dose-dependent pattern: Findings from the All Our Families cohort

Currie, C. L., Sanders, J. L., Swanepoel, L-M., & Davies, C. M. (2020). Maternal adverse childhood experiences are associated with binge drinking during pregnancy in

Factors influencing health behaviour change during pregnancy: A systematic review and meta-synthesis

Rockliffe L, Peters S, Heazell A, Smith D. Factors influencing health behaviour change during pregnancy: A systematic review and meta-synthesis. Health psychology review. 2021 May 31. Abstract

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