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Asking questions about alcohol in pregnancy (AQUA) study



This research project is being undertaken by the Murdoch Children's Research Institute. The aim of this research is to collect detailed information about alcohol consumption in pregnancy from a large group of pregnant women and to assess the effect of different doses of alcohol and other associated influences on the unborn child. Specifically, the aims are to find out whether:

To compare possible effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption during pregnancy with not drinking any alcohol at all while pregnant, any women that may fit into any of these categories will be encouraged to take part in the study. A total of 2000 women pregnant with a single baby are expected to participate in this project.

In the future this information may be useful for women planning to become pregnant, pregnant women, and the health professionals who provide maternity care.

Abstract adapted from Murdoch Children's Research Institute


AQUA study
Public Health Genetics
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Royal Children's Hospital
Flemington Road
Parkville Vic 3052
Ph: (03) 8341 6370
Fax: (03) 8341 6212


Last updated: 6 November 2014
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