Request for Proposals:
Understanding the root causes of alcohol consumption during pregnancy
A collective impact initiative has been convened in the Calgary region to engage multiple systems, sectors and stakeholders in efforts to holistically address FASD through new practice models, policies and system behaviours that can result in more effective and appropriate interventions for people living with FASD across the lifespan.
The Project Advisory group, which is comprised of CFAN and community partners whose values align with FASD prevention, has issued a Request for Proposals with a deadline of January 13, 2016.
- To mobilize knowledge and develop collective understanding of the risk factors associated with women who continue to consume alcohol during pregnancy ;
- To increase collective understanding of the protective factors that contribute to women’s decisions to abstain from alcohol during pregnancy;
- To develop appropriate policy, system and program interventions that contribute to a reduced numbers alcohol…
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