e-Learning | Alcohol exposure prenatally and its effects on children and young people

23rd April 2019 by Louise Hudman

e-Learning | Alcohol exposure prenatally and its effects on children and young people

This is a guideline on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder from SIGN outlining the assessment and management of children who have had prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE). It was published in Jan 2019.

Prenatal alcohol exposure is important because it causes Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).

A big take home message for me is to think about prenatal alcohol exposure when seeing any child with a neurodevelopmental problem.

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