What you need to know about the risks of alcohol and pregnancy
This resource explains the risks of drinking alcohol if you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy.
What you need to know about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
This resource provides information about what Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is, how it is diagnosed, challenges faced by people with FASD, and how to find support.
Australian Alcohol Guidelines on Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
This resource sets out advice and evidence on alcohol, pregnancy and breastfeeding from Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council.
What others can do to support someone to have an alcohol-free pregnancy
This resource provides tips for partners, family and friends on how they can support someone who is pregnant to go alcohol-free.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: a guide for health professionals
This resource provides evidence-based information about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and advice about assessment, diagnosis and supporting people who live with FASD.
Alcohol and pregnancy: A guide for health professionals
This resource sets out evidence-based information about the effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
Alcohol and pregnancy: An evidence summary
This resource summarises evidence about the effects of alcohol consumption in pregnancy, including on the pregnancy and effects on the baby.
Alcohol and breastfeeding: A guide for health professionals
This resource sets out evidence-based information on the effects of alcohol consumption while breastfeeding, and guidance on providing advice and support.
Alcohol and breastfeeding: An evidence summary
This resource summarises evidence about the effects of alcohol on breastfeeding, including on breastmilk supply and effects on the baby.
Using the AUDIT-C for assessment of alcohol use in pregnancy
This resource provides guidance on using the AUDIT-C assessment tool with people who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy.
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