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Développement de tutoriels sur la prévention, le repérage et l'orientation des troubles causés par l'alcoolisation fœtale

Abstract : Introduction: despite a high prevalence in France, FASDs, including FAS, remain relatively unknown pathologies. Alcohol being the first cause of mental deficiency in France, this problem can’t be ignored. However, healthcare providers seem to be know little about FASDs, and are relucant to talk alcohol during pregnancy. For those reasons, the purpose of this study was to create an online tutorial, in order to provide knowledge to healthcare providers. The tutorials have been made in collaboration with the CRAG (Addiction and Pregnancy Resources Center), and been funded by the ARS (Healthcare Regional Agency) of Nouvelle Aquitaine. Methods: from September 2017 to January 2019, we have made a series of tutorials built on a large documentary database. We addressed themes such as alcohol consumption screening during pregnancy, and FASDs screening for children. We first submitted the tutorials to experts to gather feedback, and we then asked healthcare professionals to share their opinion during focus groups. Results: after a first version based on literature, experts’ insights gave us a critical evaluation of our model in order to create a second. Then, the focus groups’ analysis allowed us to improved this tool, adapting it for the healthcare professionals’ needs. The final version was made according to the different advices and opinions we received , as well as self-criticism on our end. The final work has been published online on and . Conclusion: our long-term objective would be to make sustainable model and share the online course through different mediums in order to create awareness amongst health professionals. Through these tutorials, we hope to provide knowledge on how to detect alcohol consumption during pregnancy, to help professionals to identify FASDs, and to help affected children and families with the evaluation, diagnosis, and medical follow-up. FASDs prevention must remain a public health priority.
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Marie Comby, Camille Goret, Julie Pelissier. Développement de tutoriels sur la prévention, le repérage et l'orientation des troubles causés par l'alcoolisation fœtale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02497387⟩



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