(9 December 2019) MCRI researchers contribute to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder inquiry. Interview with Prof. Jane Halliday. Mirage News
Public Health (November 2019) ‘Foetal disorder research set to be ‘best data in UK’ National Health Executive.
McKetta S, Keyes KM (2019) Heavy and binge alcohol drinking and parenting status in the United States from 2006 to 2018: An analysis of nationally representative cross-sectional surveys. PLOS Medicine 16(11)
Terence Jeffries (3 November 2019) 2019 shows increase in substance-affected infants referred to Social Services. Salisbury Post, North Carolina, USA.
Choate P, Badry D. MacLaurin B, Ariyo K & Sobhani D (31 October 2019) Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: What does Public Awareness Tell Us about Prevention Programming? International Journal of Environmental and Public Health
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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 […]
CBC News (10 September 2019) Yukon, Canada ‘Kwanlin Dün partners in program to help people with FASD in justice system’. Navigator-Advocates’ help Indigenous offenders with FASD understand the legal process.
BBC News Scotland (4 September 2019) ‘Conversation boosts honesty over drinking in pregnancy, study finds’.
CBC News Canada (8 August 2019) ‘Depression is the largest factor for substance use during pregnancy, research finds’. “If we can target mental health and reduce that substance use, I think it can go a long away for improving children’s health.”