Toombs, E., Lund, J., Radford, A. et al. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Health Histories Among Clients in a First Nations-Led Treatment for Substance Use. Int J Ment
A unique opportunity to hear from international organisations who are all working hard to raise FASD awareness About this event Elucidate Training is hosting a
Topic: Reducing Stigma: Writing and Talking About FASD Description: The language we use and the ways in which we use it are important. Based on
Salam, S.S., Mitchell, C. (2022). Evaluating Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Substance Use in Pregnant Women. In: Anumba, D.O., Jayasooriya, S.M. (eds) Evidence Based Global Health
J Psychiatry Neurosci 2022 July 26;47(4). doi:10.1503/jpn.210198 Background: Maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy can have widespread and long-lasting effects on children’s cognition, behaviour, brain function
The Lakeland Centre for FASD will be hosting their 3rd Virtual Conference this year with the theme of FASD & Mental Health, It’s All Connected.