WHAT IF? INCORPORATING THE VOICES OF THOSE WITH LIVED EXPERIENCE TO CHANGE THE FOCUS OF FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER RESEARCH

ABSTRACT How would our understanding of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) be different if FASD research was done in collaboration with individuals with lived experience?

TOWARD EFFECTIVE IDENTIFICATION OF FASD: A TOPICAL REVIEW OF CONSIDERATIONS FOR ENHANCING EVIDENCE-BASED SCREENING WITHIN AN IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE FRAMEWORK

ABSTRACT The need to improve identification and understanding of individuals who have fetal alcohol spectrum dis- order (FASD), including their strengths and challenges, is being

NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US: ESSENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR COLLABORATIVE FASD RESEARCH

ABSTRACT Background and objective Historically, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) research has been conducted on individuals with lived experience rather than with them. This article

FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER: THE IMPORTANCE OF ADOPTING A STANDARD DEFINITION IN CANADA

ABSTRACT Background and Objective The manner in which language is used reflects how people in a society view one another. Historically, indi- viduals with disabilities

Eye Abnormalities in Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: A Systematic Review

Tracey W Tsang, Amy Finlay-Jones, Kerrin Perry, John R Grigg, Svetlana Popova, Melissa Mei Yin Cheung, Carol Bower, Patrick Tam, Robyn V Jamieson & Elizabeth

Research Participants Needed! Prenatal Alcohol and Neuroimmunity

Please download the PDF to access the survey links. For more information please email adulthealth.fasd@ubc.ca

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