Two new resources are available for health and social service providers to assist them in providing brief intervention on substance use with women and girls.
This resource was developed through the support of the Education and Training Council, Alberta FASD Cross Ministry Committee and reviewed by experts from the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and the
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What are your thoughts on the direction the Irish Medical Organisation may be taking in regards to prenatal alcohol consumption? As an FASD prevention project,
Addressing the public health concerns of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Impact of stigma and health literacy Author links open overlay panelPatrick W.CorriganaBinoy BirenShahaJuana LorenaLaraaKathleen T.MitchellbDianaSimmescKenneth
Did you know… • Alcohol is the mostly widely used drug in Canada.It is created when grains, fruits, or vegetables are fermented. • The use