Jacqueline Pei, Elizabeth Carlson, Melissa Tremblay, Cheryl Poth https://doi.org/10.1002/bdr2.1480 Abstract Background This study provides initial evidence of the contributions and suitability of relational, trauma‐informed, and community‐based approaches for
DvoraShmulewitz, Deborah S.Hasin https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2019.04.027 Highlights 9.9% of pregnant women drank alcohol and 3.4% reported binge drinking in 2002–2017. Drug use and being unmarried increase risk of
Researchers associated with the Prevention Network Action Team (pNAT) of the CanFASD Research Network search the academic literature each year for articles related to prevention of
Many women are more likely to avoid alcohol during pregnancy if their partners support them in doing so. One of the first steps we can
Recommending that pregnant women not drink alcohol has been called old-fashioned and even patriarchal. So, as a feminist, my opinion may come as a surprise.
In developing a panel presentation at the FASD International conference in 2007, Nancy Poole highlighted why the traditional “primary, secondary, and tertiary” model used for