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Harwin, Judith and Madge, Nicola and Heath, Sally (2010) Children affected by Parental Alcohol Problems. Middlesex: Brunel University.

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This study aims to review and identify the main approaches adopted by EU Partners in addressing the issue of children affected by parental alcohol problems (ChAPAPs), drawing specifically on research, policy, practice and service development.

This is a particularly timely study as the EU Commission is placing more emphasis on member states to protect young people and children, and the unborn child, from alcohol related harm across Europe. Many EU partners are also in the process of developing and/or updating national alcohol strategies.

The above report is complemented by the following reports on all elements of the ChAPAPs project 2007-2010 (See above URL)

•Recommendations for Policy Development
•Good Practices Manual
•Evaluation of Direct Preventative Interventions with Children of Alcoholics
•Key Figures on Health Conditions and Policy Regarding Child Health and Alcohol Consumption
•Economic Impact of Alcohol Consumption
•Capacity Building Toolkit
•ChAPAPs Literature Overview


Date:2010
Pages:532 p.
Publisher:Brunel University
Place of Publication:Middlesex
Notes:An ENCARE 5 Project funded by the European Union
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Accession Number:HRB (Electronic Only)
Subjects:T Demographic characteristics > Mother
G Health and disease > Disorder by cause > Developmental disorder > Foetal (fetal) alcohol syndrome
E Concepts in biomedical areas > Pregnancy
T Demographic characteristics > Child of substance user
VA Geographic area > Europe

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