Interventions to reduce alcohol use during pregnancy: Systematic literature review

  • Research program: Prevention and early intervention
  • Project status: Completed
  • Start date: February 2006
  • Expected end date: December 2011
  • Completion date: June 2012
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This project is part of the formative intervention research undertaken at NDRI to identify, develop and assess evidence-based interventions to reduce alcohol use in pregnancy. This project will systematically review the current literature available on interventions to reduce alcohol use during preconception, pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Initially a review of random control trials will be undertaken. This will be followed by assessment of secondary level research trials and reviews. Each study and review will be assessed by two independent researchers using a data extraction and assessment process developed by the World Health Organisation (WHO: 2003).

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Associate Professor Nyanda McBride
Tel: 61 (0)8 9266 1600
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Principal Investigator

Prevention and early intervention


  • Project staff: Jennifer Dodd, Curtin University

McBride, N. and Johnson, S. (2016). Fathers role in alcohol exposed pregnancies: systematic review of human studies. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 51, (2), pp. 240-248. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2016.02.009 [RJ1097] View web page