Free Webinar: Preventing Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies with Women who May Have FASD Themselves – March 28 2014

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Over the past year, the BC Ministry of Health in collaboration with the BC Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health has been supporting educational sessions in Health Authorities across British Columbia for service providers who have the opportunity to engage with women of childbearing age on alcohol use during pregnancy and related concerns.

Service providers have included: nurses, pregnancy outreach program providers, transition housing/violence service workers, social workers, doulas, midwives, physicians, mental health workers and substance use service providers working in both Aboriginal and other communities.

Starting this week, a series of webinars will be offered to follow-up on key ideas introduced in the training sessions as well as new issues and topics. The first webinar is on working with women who have FASD themselves.

Friday, March 28 , 2014
9:00 – 10:00 am (PST)
Presenters: Anne Guarasci, Rita Marshall, Deborah Rutman, Hanna Scrivens, Arlene White

To register, please go to:


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