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Is the occassional drink harmful in pregnancy? Evidence from a cohort study - Professor Jane Halliday
Strengthening the message about pregnancy and alcohol - Susan Hickson
Characteristics and modifiable factors associated with pericontional drinking - Dr Sherly Parackal
Don't know? Don't Drink - Creatively communicating with women who may be pregnant - Tanya Radford
A prevalence study of FASD among young people sentenced to detention in Western Australia - Professor Carol Bower
What do Australian psychologists know about FASD and what are their training needs? - Dr Vanessa Spiller
Multiple impacts of maternal alcohol use disorder on child outcomes: a Western Australian record-linkage study - Professor Carol Bower
Outcomes for parents and caregivers of FASD dagnostic service - Dr Andrew Wood
Advocacy and Policy
Alcohol and breastfeeding: drawing parallels with pregnancy - Dr Roslyn Giglia
Exploring policy makers' perspectives on the avilable policies and interventions for FASDs. A qualitative study - Ferdinand Mukumbang
Regulating alcohol pregnancy warning labels - Sarah Ward and Christine Rogan