Minimizing sample bias due to stigmatized behaviours: the representativeness of participants in a cohort study of alcohol in pregnancy

Tappin, D., Mackay, D., Reynolds, L. et al. Minimizing sample bias due to stigmatized behaviours: the representativeness of participants in a cohort study of alcohol in pregnancy. BMC

Women’s views and experiences of occasional alcohol consumption during pregnancy: A systematic review of qualitative studies and their recommendations

Raphael HAMMER , Elise RAPP , Women’s views and experiences of occasional alcohol consumption during pregnancy: A systematic review of qualitative studies and their recommendations,

Factors influencing medical students’ attitudes towards substance use during pregnancy

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Effectiveness of Digital Interventions for Preventing Alcohol Consumption in Pregnancy: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Oh SS, Moon JY, Chon D, Mita C, Lawrence JA, Park E, Kawachi I, Effectiveness of Digital Interventions for Preventing Alcohol Consumption in Pregnancy: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, J Med Internet

Factors that shape pregnant women’s perceptions regarding the safety of cannabis use during pregnancy

Satti, M.A., Reed, E.G., Wenker, E.S. et al. Factors that shape pregnant women’s perceptions regarding the safety of cannabis use during pregnancy. J Cannabis Res 4, 16 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s42238-022-00128-x Abstract

Guideline No. 425b: Cannabis Use Throughout Women’s Lifespans – Part 2: Pregnancy, the Postnatal Period, and Breastfeeding

Lisa E. Graves, Magali Robert, Victoria M. Allen, Sumeet Dama, Robert L. Gabrys, Robert L. Tanguay, Suzanne D. Turner, Courtney R. Green, Jocelynn L. Cook,

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