Last week, the Canada FASD Research Network hosted “FASD Prevention Research and Knowledge Translation: Developing a Pan-Canadian Agenda Workshop” in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
The event received news coverage in The Star Phoenix: More education on fetal alcohol effects needed (January 21, 2014).
The coverage also led to a series of editorials with a range of perspectives:
- FASD requires more than talk (January 22, 2014)
- Natives’ plight our shame (Murray Mandryk, January 24, 2014)
- Families need support earlier (Bob Pringle, January 24, 2014)
- Don’t stereotype (Anna Niessen, January 29, 2014)