Jackson N (26 November 2019) Mandatory Pregnancy labels on alcohol set to cost industry a lot more. The industry claim is to continue voluntary labelling to‘minimise excessive costs to industry (and thus potentially to consumers)’ and because ‘awareness of the potential harm of alcohol for pregnant women is already at very high levels in the […]
Fitzgerald, R (21 November 2019) Trailblazing speech pathologists scoop disability innovation award. NT News, Australia. Kate Pollard and Ashleigh O’Loughlin, two young speech pathologists pioneering diagnostics for children with autism and fetal alcohol syndrome have been recognised in the NT’s prestigious disability award.
Reid N, Akison LK, Hoy W & Moritz KM. ‘Adverse Health Outcomes Associated With Fetal Alcohol Exposure: A Systematic Review Focused on Cardio–Renal Outcomes’. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs / September 2019
Isabel Bird (24 October 2019) Senate inquiry into Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder hoped to instigate change. The Advocate, Tasmania
Pearly Neo (23 October 2019) Lifelong harm’? FSANZ debates impact of pregnancy warning labels for alcoholic beverages. Beverage Daily.com
Mary Ward (22 October 2019) Pregnant mums’ ability to cope with stress may affect health of child. Sydney Morning Herald
Isabel Bird (October 2019) National prevention campaign needed for Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. The Advocate.
Freya Lucas (17 October 2019) ‘UQ researcher heads to Canada to study major cause of child psychological issues’. University of Queensland (UQ) Associate Professor Deborah Askew will use her newly awarded Churchill Fellowship to visit urban First Nations communities in Canada and Alaska to learn more about a major cause of child psychological issues – fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). The Sector […]
The Elephant in the Womb: FSANZ Calls for Submissions on Proposed Mandatory Pregnancy Warning Labels on Alcoholic Beverages. (15 October 2019) Lexology.
University of Queensland News (16 October 2019) ‘Researcher to study Canada’s success in preventing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder‘. Associate Professor Deborah Askew’s newly awarded Churchill Fellowship will allow her to learn from urban First Nations communities in Canada and Alaska about how they have successfully reduced rates of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).