Our clinic is led by Professor Raja Mukherjee, a consultant psychiatrist and internationally acclaimed expert in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, and this page contains examples of his research. For a full list of articles, papers and conference abstracts, please contact email@example.com.
FASD related articles
- Few people will change their drinking habits in London
- Low level alcohol consumption and the fetus
- Comorbidity in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
- Smoking in pregnancy
- FAS: Law and Ethics
- Alcohol consumption during pregnancy and its effects on neurodevelopment
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: An overview
- A psychiatrist’s guide to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in mothers who drank heavily during pregnancy
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: An overview of interventions for affected individuals
- FASD is it something we should be more aware of?
- Autism and autistic traits in people exposed to heavy prenatal alcohol
- Under-reporting of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: an analysis of hospital episode statistics
- Estimation of alcohol content of wine, beer and spirits to evaluate exposure risk: Pilot study using a questionnaire and pouring task in England
- The impact of raising a child with FASD upon carers: Findings from a mixed methodology study in the UK
- A cup half full or half empty?
- Guidelines for identification and treatment of individuals with ADHD and associated FAS disorders
- Neurodevelopmental outcomes in individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder with and without exposure to neglect
- Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: is it something we should be more aware of?
Disclaimer: We are not responsible for the information found on these websites.
We strongly recommend individuals and families access organisations for further information and guidance about FASD as well as access ongoing mutual support, such as:
There is also a website that has been specifically designed to help people with FASD explore and learn about FASD.