Can routine screening for alcohol consumption in pregnancy be ethically and legally justified?

R Bennett, C Bowden – Journal of Medical Ethics, 2022 https://jme.bmj.com/content/medethics/early/2022/03/22/medethics-2021-107996.full.pdf ABSTRACTIn the UK, it has been proposed that alongside the current advice to abstain from

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Two Screening Instruments For Collecting Alcohol-Related Information From Expectant Mothers and Fathers: Testing The Reliability Of The Parent Alcohol Screening Questionnaire And The Social Support For An Alcohol-Free Pregnancy Questionnaire

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