Reframing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Studying Culture to Identify Communication Challenges and Opportunities

Studies in Media and CommunicationVol. 5, No. 2; December 2017ISSN: 2325-8071 E-ISSN: 2325-808XPublished by Redfame PublishingURL: http://smc.redfame.com Abstract Implicit cultural understandings challenge those working to

Indigenous Approaches to FASD Prevention: Revitalizing Culture and Healing

This booklet was created by participants involved in Advancing Collaborative Action on FASD Prevention, a one-day workshop hosted by the Centre of Excellence for Women’s

Winner of Best Documentary at 2021 Voyager Media Awards: EMMA

Winner of Best Documentary at 2021 Voyager Media Awards. Emma has fetal alcohol syndrome; she was adopted from a Russian orphanage at three years old

CANFASD WEBINAR: THINKING ABOUT FASD MONTH

This webinar will provide information to help you prepare for FASD Month in September and FASD Day on September 9, 2021. Information will be provided

Rochester psychologists say successful intervention efforts need to include partners of mothers-to-be.

Retrieved from https://www.rochester.edu/newscenter/partners-play-pivotal-role-in-pregnant-womens-alcohol-use-483372/ A new study by a team of University of Rochester psychologists and other researchers in the Collaborative Initiative on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (CIFASD) finds that partners of

Accessing Research to Inform our Practice and Policy

The Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health and CanFASD Research Network have developed their annual annotated list of research articles on FASD prevention. As in

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