Prodanovic D (3 December 2019) Roy Morgan: Spirits consumption increasing. “Looking at the types of alcohol Australians are drinking, spirits is one of the stronger categories over the last few years with consumption increasing from 25.9 per cent in 2014 to 26.7 per cent [5,234,000] as of September 2019,” said Roy Morgan CEO Michele Levine. […]
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‘Pink and pretty’ alcohol marketing tactics to women
Curtain University Media Release (2 December 2019) New report exposes ‘pink and pretty’ alcohol marketing tactics to women. Mirage News.
Trailblazing speech pathologists scoop disability innovation award.
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.
Lifelong harm’? FSANZ debates impact of pregnancy warning labels for alcoholic beverages
Pearly Neo (23 October 2019) Lifelong harm’? FSANZ debates impact of pregnancy warning labels for alcoholic beverages. Beverage Daily.com
Australia News: FASD
Video: (6 September 2010) ‘Edwina Bartholomew is raising awareness for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder’. The Morning Show, 7 News.
FASD Information Sessions
Hilltops Phoenix ‘Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network (MPHN) is holding information sessions on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Young. August 26 – 27 2019. Details here.
The Pub Test: why Australia can’t stop drinking
ABC RN Background Briefing: ‘Leaked documents show the influence the alcohol industry wields over the federal government’s National Alcohol Strategy’. Audio, listen here…
9th International Research Conference on Adolescents and Adults with FASD
Vancouver, Canada April 22-25, 2020
Australian Conference for Neurodevelopmental Disorders – presenters
Australian Conference for Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ACND2019) from September 19th – 21st 2019.