CanFASD: Strengths Among Individuals with FASD

Issue: The vast majority of FASD research is focused on the challenges and impairments associated with the disability, as well as the burden of FASD

EFAN Meeting Minutes, January 7th, 2020

Did you miss our Edmonton and area Fetal Alcohol Network meeting, no worries! We’ve got you covered! Click here to download the January 2020 meeting

The best possible start: A qualitative study on the experiences of parents of young children with or at risk for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

MistyPruner, TracyJirikowic, Kathryn MYorkston, Heather Carmichael Olson Research in Developmental Disabilities, Volume 97, February 2020 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ridd.2019.103558 Abstract Background The developmental outcomes and life course trajectories

The cost-effectiveness of screening tools used in the diagnosis of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: a modelled analysis

Berrigan, P., Andrew, G., Reynolds, J.N. et al. The cost-effectiveness of screening tools used in the diagnosis of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: a modelled analysis. BMC Public Health 19, 1746

Start the New Year Off With Learning About The ‘Foundations in FASD’

The Canada FASD Research Network CanFASD has released a free online FASD training course. CanFASD describes it as a “basic training program intended for everyone that

FASD Training with Donna Debolt

Have you registered yet? Skills Society is hosting FASD Trainer, Donna Debolt, on January 22, 2020. Registration is $100/person. For more information or to register

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