Screening and referral to identify children at risk for FASD: Search for new methods 2006-2013

Gideon Koren, Albert Chudley, Christine Loock, Stuart M. Macleod, Elaine Orrbine, Ted Rosales, Charlotte Rosenbaum, Moumita Sarkar

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As part of the Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Taskforce on FASD Screening commitment to further pilot, validate and evaluate the multiple components of the Canadian FASD Screening Tool Kit, it was deemed necessary that recent developments and/or improvements in FASD screening were identified and considered. In 2008 a literature review of methods for screening for FASD was published until 2006 and identified five tools which met pre-set criteria. A review of all new papers was published from the period January 2006 until July 1, 2013. Out of 1392 papers, two new screening methods met the inclusion criteria: Clarren et al's new norms for palpebral fissure length by age in Canada; and Breiner et al's extension of the Neurobehavioral Screening Test (NST) to age 4 years. Further work is needed to validate these methods in other settings.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e260-e265
JournalJournal of Population Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacology
Issue number2
StatePublished - 9 Jul 2014


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