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Prevalence of FASD Among Youth Under the Care of Juvenile Justice in Western Australia: How Shall We Work Together to Close this Gap? [webinar]



The Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre (the Knowledge Centre) is hosting a Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) webinar on Wednesday 29 November with guest presenter Dr Raewyn Mutch from the Telethon Kids Institute.

The theme for the webinar is Prevalence of FASD among youth under the care of Juvenile Justice in Western Australia: how shall we work together to close this gap? The webinar will run for approximately one hour, and will discuss a recent program that investigates FASD and the criminal justice system.

Dr Mutch is a Consultant Paediatrician, and works with Refugee Health at the Department of General Paediatrics, Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, as well as the Alcohol, Pregnancy and FASD department at Telethon Kids Institute. In addition, Dr Mutch also works as a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences at the University of Western Australia.

The webinar will be free to attend, but you will need a browser with the latest version of Flash, and a stable internet connection. We'd recommend that participants use a pair of headphones, rather than their computer's sound, as the sound quality will be better.

The webinar will be held at:

To attend the webinar, please click on this link about five minutes before it's due to commence. If you have any queries about the webinar please refer to the contact details below.


Millie Harford-Mills
Research Officer
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Ph: (08) 9370 6358


Last updated: 2 March 2018
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