CanFASD Blog (28 September 2020) Canadian experts publish the first medication guidelines for people living with FASD
Karin Heimdahl Vepsä (2020) Is it FASD? And does it matter? Swedish perspectives on diagnosing fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. In Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/09687637.2020.1841117
Vanessa Hvartin (Apr 2019) ‘Why the most common developmental disability in Canada is misdiagnosed or missed — and the devastating results’. Calgary Herald
Ludmila N. Bakhiereva, Laura Garrison, Shikhar Shrestha, Janet Sharkis, Rajesh Miranda, Karen Rogers (Feb 21 2019) ‘CanFASD Article Summary: Challenges of diagnosing fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in foster and adopted children’. Edmonton Area Fetal Alcohol Network
Wise J (Jan 24 2019) ‘Guidance on fetal alcohol syndrome aims to improve diagnosis and treatment in Scotland’ British Medical Journal. ‘Guidelines to help doctors diagnose fetal alcohol spectrum disorder have been published by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network,1 the first in the UK to cover the disorder.’
This was his message: “Please tell your network to get GP referral to me in a sealed envelope addressed to: Dr Sunday Pam, FASD Clinic, Dept of Paeds, Rockhampton Hospital. This will help to facilitate bookings and allied Health assessments. Any previous allied health assessments and school and academic reports should be included from the get go, if available. Thank you.”
Stunzner, I (13 September 2018) ABC News. Read article here…
The internal validity of the proposed Neurobehavioral Disorder Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (ND-PAE) was evaluated in children diagnosed with either Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) or partial FAS who were 3–10 years of age and had enrolled in a math intervention study.