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Pregnancy and alcohol don't mix (2007)

Author

Centre for Health Promotion

Publisher

Centre for Health Promotion

City

Adelaide, SA

Type

Poster

 

Description

This poster is a part of a Pregnancy and alcohol don't mix social marketing campaign in South Australia. The poster provides the message 'pregnancy and alcohol don't mix' which is supported by three statements:

Information is also provided on Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) which can affect babies who have been exposed to alcohol in the womb.

This resource is not Indigenous-specific.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

When to use this resource

This resource is aimed at pregnant women however it would be also suited to women who are thinking of becoming pregnant. The poster would preferably be displayed in a place where many women will see it, such as a community hall, clinic or shopping centre, and can be used to promote group discussions on pregnancy and alcohol.

Contact details

Centre for Health Promotion
Children, Youth and Women's Health Service
295 South Terrace
Adelaide SA 5006
Ph: (08) 8161 7777
Fax: (08) 8161 7778

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Last updated: 15 April 2014
 
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