Reaching women in childbearing years and their support networks through respectful conversations about alcohol is key to FASD prevention.
We are super excited to let you know that our ThinkFASD campaign has launched! This national social media campaign is focused on educating Canadians about the risks of alcohol and pregnancy.
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute is happy to announce that the Youth Action for Prevention (YAP) program has launched new social media platforms and webpage for youth audiences.
In light of all the coverage of COVID-19, CanFASD would like to provide you with some information during this difficult time. There is a lot of false information spreading around social media regarding COVID-19. Stay up to date with evidence-based information from your local government or health agency.
International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrates the achievements of women around the globe, while also highlighting the need for gender equality. IWD is over 100 years old! It was first celebrated in 1911 and is now held every year on March 8th. On International Women’s Day it is important to have open and honest conversations about health […]
Nurses and midwives play an important role in educating women about the risks of substance use during pregnancy, raising awareness about FASD, supporting women to reduce or eliminate their alcohol consumption during pregnancy, and connecting families of individuals with FASD with helpful supports and resources.
This is how our study came to be. We realized there are a number of different tools and questions surveys use to try and measure the same thing: FASD awareness. We wanted to evaluate how effective these tools were in getting an accurate measurement of this concept.
We’ve selected a few of the research articles that have been published over the last year to highlight the recent work that has been done in the field of FASD. In 2019 we compiled a list of 230 articles that were published in the field of FASD. We narrowed our list of top articles down to […]