27.02.2014

Pregnancy info free brochures and posters

This brochure describes the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. This 11"x17" poster describes the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy, including fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
CHOICES: A Program for Women About Choosing Healthy Behaviors is an intervention for nonpregnant women of childbearing age and is designed to prevent alcohol-exposed pregnancies by addressing risky drinking and ineffective or no use of contraception. Please download and preview the materials to see if they are appropriate for your purposes before ordering. This report reviews current evidence on prevention strategies to reduce alcohol use and alcohol-exposed pregnancies, provides recommendations on promoting and improving these strategies, and offers future research directions in the field of FASD prevention. This report highlights recommendations to improve and expand efforts regarding early identification, diagnostic services, and quality research on interventions for individuals with FASDs and their families. These guidelines are intended to assist physicians and allied health professionals in the timely identification, referral, and diagnosis of persons with fetal alcohol syndrome.
This brochure describes what FAS is and how to prevent it; the brochure targets childbearing-age women with the message to avoid drinking during pregnancy. This guide provides a process and resources to help staff in any primary care practice to plan and implement alcohol screening and brief intervention (SBI) to reduce alcohol use, an evidence-based approach recommended for all adults, including pregnant women.


This curriculum development guide is designed to improve prevention, identification, and management of FASDs and can be used to develop educational programs and materials in a range of formats based on the needs of learners. This double-sided sheet describes the risks of alcohol-exposed pregnancies, how these risks can be reduced through the CHOICES intervention, and how the intervention research has been translated into and improves public health practice.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the recommendation not to drink alcohol during pregnancy. The CHOICES Curriculum includes CD-ROMs for each of the following: Facilitator guide, counselor manual, client workbook, and a training DVD with videos demonstrating components of the intervention. Surgeon General's Advisory on Alcohol Use in Pregnancy on one side and Internet resources about alcohol use and pregnancy on the reverse side.
The guide also presents information on risky alcohol use and how it can be addressed through alcohol SBI. Based on seven core competencies, it is intended for use with medical and allied health students and practitioners. Surgeon General's Advisory on Alcohol Use in Pregnancy on one side and Internet resources about alcohol use during pregnancy and FASDs on the reverse side. It also provides responses to frequently asked questions, lists citations for related publications, and tells readers where to go for more information.


The training DVD now contains both English and Spanish sub-titles.These materials are designed for use by professionals trained in behavioral health counseling who will be conducting the CHOICES program. The Surgeon General's message advises women not to drink alcohol if they are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or at risk of becoming pregnant.
The 2005 Surgeon General's message advises women not to drink alcohol if they are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or at risk of becoming pregnant. The counselor manual provides background information and guidance on conducting each of the four CHOICES counseling sessions and the client workbook provides materials to be shared with women participating in the program.
The facilitator guide is designed for use by trainers providing instruction on how to conduct the intervention and includes presentation slides.




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