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Validation of a self-administered questionnaire to screen for prenatal alcohol use in Northern Plains Indian women.

Validation of a self-administered questionnaire to screen for prenatal alcohol use in Northern... This study among American Indian prenatal patients was conducted to validate a self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) designed to (1) identify women who had consumed alcohol during pregnancy, (2) identify women who may be at risk of drinking during pregnancy, and (3) determine the quantity and frequency of alcohol and other substance use just before and during pregnancy. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of preventive medicine Pubmed

Validation of a self-administered questionnaire to screen for prenatal alcohol use in Northern Plains Indian women.

American journal of preventive medicine , Volume 16 (3): -236 – Jun 23, 1999

Validation of a self-administered questionnaire to screen for prenatal alcohol use in Northern Plains Indian women.


Abstract

This study among American Indian prenatal patients was conducted to validate a self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) designed to (1) identify women who had consumed alcohol during pregnancy, (2) identify women who may be at risk of drinking during pregnancy, and (3) determine the quantity and frequency of alcohol and other substance use just before and during pregnancy.

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ISSN
0749-3797
pmid
10198664

Abstract

This study among American Indian prenatal patients was conducted to validate a self-administered questionnaire (SAQ) designed to (1) identify women who had consumed alcohol during pregnancy, (2) identify women who may be at risk of drinking during pregnancy, and (3) determine the quantity and frequency of alcohol and other substance use just before and during pregnancy.

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American journal of preventive medicinePubmed

Published: Jun 23, 1999

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