Neuroscience News: Drinking During Pregnancy Changes Baby’s Brain Structure

Summary: Pregnant women who drink small-to-moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy risk altering their baby’s brain structure and delaying brain development. Source: RSNA Co-authors are Marlene Stuempflen,

CanFASD: Substance Use Treatment with People with FASD

It is National Addictions Awareness Week. In celebration, we wanted to share a little bit about a project we are working on to improve substance use

Overcoming Stigma Through Language, A Primer

The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) designed Overcoming Stigma Through Language: A Primer to increase understanding of the devastating stigma associated with

Voices of Women With Lived Experience of Substance Use During Pregnancy: A Qualitative Study of Motivators and Barriers to Recruitment and Retention in Research

Hilliard F, Goldstein E, Nervik K, Croes K, Ossorio PN, Zgierska AE. Voices of Women With Lived Experience of Substance Use During Pregnancy: A Qualitative

Experiences of Harm Reduction Service Providers During Dual Public Health Emergencies in Canada — Webinar

Please join us for the continuation of the Substance Use in Canada Webinar Series to explore our recently published report entitled Experiences of Harm Reduction Service

Early Intervention and Resources for Expectant Mothers with Substance Use Problems: Service Shortages in the Present Age

Tiburcio NJ, Baker SL. Early intervention and resources for expectant mothers with substance use problems: Service shortages in the present age. Women HealthOpen J. 2022;

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