CCSA: Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on People Who Use Substances, What We Heard

While the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic may be challenging for us all, they are especially so for people who use substances. The

CanFASD Webinar Registration: Understanding FASD in the Criminal Justice System, A Research Update

Description: In order to implement best practices and improve outcomes for individuals with FASD who experience contact with the criminal justice system there is a

Association of prenatal alcohol exposure with preadolescent alcohol sipping in the ABCD study®

Drug and Alcohol Dependence Volume 214, Briana Lees, Louise Mewton, Lexine A. Stapinski, Maree Teesson, Lindsay M. Squeglia Highlights Any prenatal alcohol exposure increased

It’s official, COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in alcohol use

Canadians have been drinking more since the pandemic, and liquor laws have been relaxed. Scientists wonder what the long-term effects will be. All those hilarious

Screening and Intervention Practices for Alcohol Use by Pregnant Women and Women of Childbearing Age: Results of a Canadian Survey

Wendy Sword RN, PhD, Courtney Green PhD, MSc, NooriAkhtar-Danesh PhD, Sarah D.McDonald MD, MSc, Kyla Kaminsky MA, Nicole Roberts MSc, Jocelynn Cook PhD, MBA Journal

Alberta: The FASD Patient Journey

Click here to download ‘The FASD Patient Journey’. Executive Summary In September 2018, the Alberta FASD Cross Ministry Committee initiated an FASD Patient Journey Project

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