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JFAS Int 2006;4:e18 - October 2, 2006
The 7th FACE Research Roundtable Webcast



The 7th Annual Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise (FACE) Research Roundtable, held September 9, 2006 in Moncton, New Brunswick can now be viewed online! View the webcast now.

The webcast includes video of presentations by leaders in FASD research, in English and French. The presentations are enhanced by informative question and answer sessions on each topic presented and downloadable powerpoint presentations.

Motherisk and the FACE Research Network gratefully acknowledge the generous support of these webcast sponsors:

Health Canada's First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB)

Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services

New Brunswick Department of Family and Community Services

The 7th Annual FACE Research Roundtable was organized by the Motherisk Program in partnership with the Aboriginal Women's Association of PEI, and sponsored by the FNIHB and the Brewers of Association of Canada.

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