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Program Information

Title: 

Webinar (Recorded) - Prenatal Alcohol Exposure: The Impact Beyond Birth

Description:  ** Vimeo Webcast ** - The purpose of this presentation is to educate participants about the impact of prenatal alcohol exposure and challenge us to look beyond healthy birth outcomes. This talk with help define Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) and how this disorder presents in an individual across the lifespan; as well as explore our knowledge of alcohol, prevalence of alcohol use and women, and the importance of preventing alcohol exposed pregnancies.
CASCE#:  52332
Audience:  All staff who work with prenatal patients in both the public and private sector as well as those who provide pregnancy counseling for women.
Disciplines: Allied Health
  Medicine
  Nursing
  Public Health
Format:  asynchronous workshop
Objectives:  1. Describe the effects of alcohol on the developing brain and how this exposure may impact an individual across the lifespan; including an understanding of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
  2. Define standard drink and binge drinking.
  3. Discuss the prevalence of alcohol use among women.
  4. State the importance of delivering a preconception health message that includes the dangers of drinking alcohol while pregnant, and the impact of Screening and Brief Interventions and Treatment (SBIRT).

Program Times

Date/Time:
May be viewed online until 6/30/2018 1:30 PM

Location

Organization:  Online Course
Address:  Wake AHEC
City:  Raleigh
Map:  Show Me!

Credits

0.2 CEU

1.5 Contact Hours

1.5 NASW-NC

Faculty

Amy Hendricks, BS - NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program

Program Fees

$20.00 Registration Fee.
 

Cancellation Fee

$0.00 Cancellation Fee.
 

Link Link

For more information, please call Wake AHEC at (919) 350-8547 or (866) 341-1814.

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