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This study aims to establish the current knowledge, attitudes, experiences and practices regarding FASD and other neurodevelopmental impairments among youth custodial officers. Custodial officers in the only youth detention centre in WA were invited

Page last updated 25 June 2018

This updated guide includes a new section on FASD with recommendations for clinicians working with women and children, along with framework brief intervention to sensitively and appropriately ask about alcohol use. Publication details: 3rd edn. 2018

Page last updated 16 April 2018

This online scan sought to identify the scope and gaps in publicly available FASD prevention and health promotion resources, and assess their cultural appropriateness for use among five key groups of Indigenous Australian people including: (i)

Page last updated 16 April 2018

This paper discusses the processes used to develop a tablet computer-based application (‘App’) to collect a detailed assessment of drinking patterns in Indigenous Australians

Page last updated 16 April 2018

This study examined the three facial features of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) in a cohort of Australian Aboriginal children from two-dimensional digital facial photographs...

Page last updated 20 February 2018

This report outlines the development and implementation of the Marulu Strategy in the Fitzroy Valley in Western Australia...

Page last updated 20 February 2018

This study assesses neurodevelopmental outcomes in a population of Australian Aboriginal children with and without prenatal alcohol exposure.

Page last updated 17 October 2017

This study set out to describe the prevalence (how many) and characteristics of microcephaly in a geographically defined Australian population...

Page last updated 17 October 2017

This study describes the development of a pilot school-based Alert Program targeted to assist self-regulation in Aboriginal children affected by FASD...

Page last updated 17 October 2017
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