Published Research


May 2020. Parental Alcohol Use and the Alcohol Misuse of their Offspring in a Finnish Birth Cohort: Investigation of Developmental Timing. Read more



February 2020. New report published in Sweden called Alcohol, pregnancy and infant health – a shared responsibility. A review of international and swedish research. The report in English

Alkohol, graviditet och spädbarns hälsa: ett gemensamt ansvar. En översikt av internationell och svensk forskning. The report in Swedish

En av medförfattarna i forskargruppen som har skrivit rapporten, Frida Dangardt, kom till Nya regionens hus i Göteborg den 20 februari för att berätta om rapportens resultat och rekommendationer. Se föreläsningen här

The report is published by: Svensk Förening för Allmänmedicin, Svensk sjuksköterskeförening, CERA, Stiftelsen Ansvar för Framtiden, Actis-Rusfeltets samarbeidsorgan, Alkohol & Samfund, Hela Människan, IOGT-NTO, MA – Rusfri Trafikk, MHF Motorförarnas Helnykterhetsförbund, Sveriges Blåbandsförbund och Sveriges Frikyrkosamråd, 2020.



2020: Ophthalmologic Findings in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders – A Cohort Study From Childhood to Adulthood, American Journal of Ophthalmology, Volume 214. Read more

2017: Neurological and neuropsychological effects of low and moderate prenatal alcohol exposure. Read more

2017: Self-reported health, use of alcohol and illicit drugs, and criminality among adults with foetal alcohol syndrome. Read more


 

Are Low‐to‐Moderate Average Alcohol Consumption and Isolated Episodes of Binge Drinking in Early Pregnancy Associated with Facial Features Related to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in 5‐Year‐Old Children? Read more


 

Cohort profile: ADEF Helsinki – a longitudinal register-based study on exposure to alcohol and drugs during foetal life

The data comprise a wide range of information on infant health, youth’s mental and somatic health and development, out-of-home care history, and mother’s life situation at the delivery and later health. Risk and protective factors for different long-term developmental outcomes in adolescence or in young adulthood will be studied. Read more


 

2019. Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders from childhood to adulthood: a Swedish population-based naturalistic cohort study of adoptees from Eastern Europe

Major cognitive impairments, psychiatric morbidity, facial dysmorphology, growth restriction and ophthalmological abnormalities accompanies FASD in adulthood. Recognition of FASD in childhood warrants habilitation across the lifespan. Read more

 

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