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Substances psychoactives et grossesse : évaluation des consommations et qualité de l’information

Abstract : During pregnancy, the risks associated with the use of psychoactive substances, particularly alcohol and tobacco, are well established. "Zero alcohol during pregnancy", "9 months, 0 alcohol, 0 tobacco»; these are some of the slogans displayed on the walls of maternity wards. However, psychoactive substances consumption and addictive behaviors remain little and hardly addressed by perinatal professionals. The various references, symposiums, meetings and federations that have dealt with psychoactive substances and pregnancy, starting with the SFA in 2003, through the national midwives' conference in 2006 and up to the parliamentary amendment of October 3rd 2007, all agree that this is a major public health issue. In 2011, the Director General of Health had launched a campaign entitled: "alcohol and pregnancy, let's talk about it" which gave rise to another campaign initiated by the MILDT called: "alcohol and pregnancy, how to talk about it". Pregnancy is a special period in the life of a woman, ..., a couple. Pregnancy can be an important motivational trigger in the reduction and sometimes the cessation of PASs, but seems to be somewhat insufficient to bring about a real change in the use of PASs by women suffering from addiction. What addictological care do we offer to women before, during and after childbirth in terms of prevention, early detection and treatment? This exploratory study proposes to evaluate the evolution of psychoactive substances consumption during pregnancy on the one hand and the quality of information perceived by women on the other hand and the possible link between these two approaches.
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Ismail Ezzouak. Substances psychoactives et grossesse : évaluation des consommations et qualité de l’information. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03326840⟩



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