FASD Prevention News: The Remarkable Findings of the Co-Creating Evidence Evaluation Study

Preventing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) requires a range of efforts from general awareness to targeted prevention and treatment services. In the Canadian Four-Part FASD Prevention

“The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of Everything…”: A Qualitative Systematic Review of Factors Associated with Alcohol Use, Reduction, and Abstinence in Pregnancy

Lyall V, Wolfson L, Reid N, Poole N, Moritz KM, Egert S, Browne AJ, Askew DA. “The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of

Implementation of a Universal Screening Process for Substance Use in Pregnancy

Ulrich, Micah MD; Memmo, Elise Petersen LICSW, MPH; Cruz, Alissa MPH; Heinz, Alexandra LICSW, MPH; Iverson, Ronald E. MD, MPH Implementation of a Universal Screening Process

Alcohol use during pregnancy: prevalence and patterns in selected Buffalo City areas, South Africa

Catriona I Macleod, Charles Young, Katlego Molokoe Abstract The high rate of foetal alcohol spectrum disorders, which results from alcohol consumption during pregnancy, is of

PNAT: The Experience of Mothers of Children with FASD

The Prevention Network Action Team (pNAT) recently had an inquiry from an ally about what research is available that informs us about the experience of

MEDICAL XPRESS: RESEARCHERS FIND A MORE ACCURATE METHOD TO GAUGE PRENATAL ALCOHOL USE

by University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center When health researchers ask pregnant women about their alcohol use, expectant women may underreport their drinking, hampering

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