This paper provides an overview of FASD and discusses the role of caseload midwifery as part of a multi-level prevention approach. Drawing on previous research, researchers conclude that preventing FASD will be more likely if women experience a supportive relationship with a known midwife, who has received appropriate training and can enable women to feel comfortable in discussing and addressing alcohol use.
Publication: Women and Birth
Date: March 2018
Authors: Natasha Reid, Jenny Gamble, Debra K Greedy, Amy Finlay-Jones.
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