The Ripple Effect of the Relational Approach to Preventing FASD

Adopting a relational approach to FASD prevention has been identified as one of the 10 fundamental components of FASD prevention from a women’s health determinants perspective1.


CanFASD has been developed and operates under an overall organization purpose and mandate. The CanFASD board has articulated the vision that will result from the

CanFASD What’s New in FASD Research: September 2020

Here’s a brief summary of some of the latest research published on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Prevention Dissemination of Prenatal Drinking Guidelines: A Preliminary

Webinar: Refreshing our Conversations About Alcohol as a Key Component of FASD Prevention

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

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