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This study aimed to explore relationships between preconception lifestyle and psychological factors and prospectively assessed short- (currently trying to conceive) and long-term (future parenthood aspirations) pregnancy intentions. It appears that

Page last updated 7 January 2020

To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study of its kind conducted in Victoria. This study not only adds to the limited body of knowledge on barriers experienced by midwives but also identifies facilitators in antenatal settings that 

Page last updated 7 January 2020

This study aimed to explore and interpret the messages women receive during their first antenatal care visit, relating to alcohol consumption. 12 females who had attended an initial antenatal care visit within the previous two years participated in

Page last updated 19 December 2019

The current study examined the experiences of Australian and New Zealand professionals who have attended fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD)-specific training and the impact of this training on their current practices. Publication: Journal of

Page last updated 13 December 2019

We aimed to identify and map child health services in the very remote Fitzroy Valley, West Kimberley, and document barriers to effective service delivery. Publication: BMC Health Services Research Date: 2019 Authors: Doesstor, PJ, Thorburn, K, Oscar

Page last updated 26 November 2019

This study aimed to describe neurodevelopmental outcomes among a cohort of Western Australian infants exposed to maternal methamphetamine use during pregnancy and to determine whether the Ages and Stages Questionnaire is a reliable screening tool

Page last updated 26 November 2019

The population-based (Lililwan) study of FASD revealed a high prevalence of FASD in the remote communities of the Fitzroy Valley, Western Australia (WA) and confirmed anecdotal reports from families and teachers that challenging child behaviours

Page last updated 26 November 2019

The primary aim of the Illawarra Born study is to make scientific discoveries associated with improving health and wellbeing across the lifespan, with a particular focus on preventable chronic diseases, especially mental health. This birth cohort

Page last updated 25 November 2019

Little is known about the challenges non-custodial youth detention centre staff face supporting young people with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). We undertook qualitative inquiry to identify and describe the perspectives of non-custodial

Page last updated 22 November 2019

The aim of the current study was to investigate the utility of the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PedsQL) Family Impact Module, designed to measure the impact of paediatric chronic health conditions on caregivers and families. These findings

Page last updated 26 November 2019