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SBS to Screen a Program on FAS

SBS to Screen a Program on FAS
SBS to screen a program on Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder SBS television will screen a program on Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation at 1.00pm on Monday 23 June. The program titled "Drinking for Two?" is a half-hour documentary which poses the question "Is it safe to drink at all while you're pregnant?" The program profiles a number of people affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, along with their families. It illustrates the issues for children, adults and Indigenous communities in particular. The program is presented by Julie McCrossin, former presenter of ABC Radio National's Life Matters, and includes experts Professor Elizabeth Elliot (The Children's Hospital at Westmead, NSW), Ms Lorian Hayes (National Indigenous Australian Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Education Network) and Dr Lara Wieland (Mulungu Aboriginal Corporation Medical Centre, QLD). "Drinking for Two?" can be experienced online via video web streaming and audio podcast and is also available for purchase from the Rural Health Education Foundation. For more information, go to www.rhef.com.au/programs/708/708.html

"Drinking for Two?" can be experienced online via video web streaming and audio podcast and is also available for purchase from the Rural Health Education Foundation. For more information, go to www.rhef.com.au/programs/708/708.html


SBS to Screen a Program on FAS