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Parental substance and alcohol abuse: Two ethical frameworks to assess whether and how intervention is appropriate

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Updated Suite of Resources on Provincial, Territorial and Sex-Specific Harms of Substance Use in Canada

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Determinants of hazardous alcohol use among pregnant women attending antenatal care at public health facilities in Gondar town, Northwest Ethiopia: A nested case-control study

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Questioning policy representations of women’s alcohol consumption: Implications for social work

Smith, T. L., Zufferey, C., Bilic, S., & Loeser, C. (2021). Questioning policy representations of women’s alcohol consumption: Implications for social work. Qualitative Social Work. https://doi.org/10.1177/14733250211025086 Abstract

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