“You still have that fear”: Policy constraints on informed decision making about legalized cannabis use during pregnancy and lactation

Faith English, Devon Greyson, “You still have that fear”: Policy constraints on informed decision making about legalized cannabis use during pregnancy and lactation, International Journal

Preconception risk factors and health care needs of pregnancy-planning women and men with a lifetime history or current mental illness: A nationwide survey

Article Source: Preconception risk factors and health care needs of pregnancy-planning women and men with a lifetime history or current mental illness: A nationwide survey Dennis CL,

CanFASD: Building Connections Improving FASD Awareness Across Canada

FASD Day and FASD Month is a great opportunity to bring attention to FASD nationally and internationally. But we need a united front to get

Putting the ‘teachable moment’ in context: A view from critical health psychology

Retrieved from https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/13591053221101750 AbstractThe concept of ‘Teachable Moment’ (TM) is an increasingly used term within mainstream health psychology in relation to interventions and health behaviour

Trends in Cannabis Polysubstance Use During Early Pregnancy Among Patients in a Large Health Care System in Northern California

Abstract IMPORTANCE Rates of prenatal cannabis use are increasing alongside perceptions that cannabis is a harmless therapeutic for pregnancy-related ailments, while rates of prenatal use

Assessing and addressing vulnerability in pregnancy: General practitioners perceived barriers and facilitators – a qualitative interview study

Brygger Venø, L., Pedersen, L.B., Søndergaard, J. et al. Assessing and addressing vulnerability in pregnancy: General practitioners perceived barriers and facilitators – a qualitative interview study. BMC Prim. Care 23, 142

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