CanFASD Webinar Series

The Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network (CanFASD) is a collaborative, interdisciplinary research network, with collaborators, researchers and partners across the nation. It is Canada’s first comprehensive national Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) research network.

CanFASD’s unique partnership brings together many scientific viewpoints to address complexities of FASD, with a focus of ensuring that research knowledge is translated to community and policy action. Their mission is to produce and maintain national, collaborative research designed for sharing with all Canadians, leading to prevention strategies and improved support services for people affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Over the past months, CanFASD has created and shared numerous webinars on FASD. Have you seen them all? If not, take a peek!

CanFASD Webinar Series – April 2020: Dr. Sterling Clarren FASD Research Award winner John Aspler presents ”It’s Ignorant Stereotypes”: Stakeholder Recommendations to Improve Canadian Discussions About FASD.
In this presentation Dr. Jacqueline Pei discusses an evidence informed model of intervention for individuals with FASD.
This panel discussion dives into the topics of loss, grief, and resilience in relation to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This webinar features presentations from Dr. Dorothy Badry, a CanFASD Research Lead; Myles Himmelreich, a motivational speaker and individual with FASD; and Simon Laplante, a caregiver and member of the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee.
This panel discussion dives into the relationship between Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and the criminal justice system. This webinar features Dr. Kaitlyn McLachlan, the Justice Research Lead with the Canada FASD Research Network.
This panel discussion dives into the topics of self-regulation and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This webinar features presentations from Dr. Jacqueline Pei, the CanFASD Senior Research Lead; Tracy Mastrangelo, a service provider in the field of education; and Jennifer Noah, a caregiver and Executive Director of the Piruqatigiit Resource Centre.
In this presentation, Dr. Nancy Poole and Lindsay Wolfson of the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health discuss the importance of reframing how we talk about alcohol and substance use with women and girls to improve fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) prevention efforts.

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