There has been an increase in demand for new political, organizational, and clinical efforts aimed at changing public awareness, stigma, and approach to dealing with the effects and costs of alcohol abuse related outcomes, such as FASD. To see what NOFAS is doing regarding breaking the stigma, visit our Stamp out Stigma Campaign page.
Source: “FASD Competency-Based Curriculum Development Guide for Medical and Allied Health Education Practice.” Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
“Editorial: A new public understanding about addiction. Public Health Reviews.” Crome, I., & McLellan, A.T. (2014)
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