University of Manitoba/ CIHR Café Scientifique
Interested in talking and learning more about different health topics and related research? Café Scientifique brings together experts with non-researchers (you, me, neighbours, friends) in a relaxed atmosphere to talk about their research and the questions it raises. Come and join the discussion!

February 10, 2014 – 7:00 pm
McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue, Winnipeg
Seating is limited, RSVP to: Research_Communications@umanitoba.ca, (204) 474-6689

Worldwide, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is the only disability of its type that is considered 100 per cent preventable. While promising prevention practices have been developed and implemented, the condition still occurs and cases are often diagnosed late. Efforts are now underway to diagnose this disorder earlier and more easily. In this Café we explore—through the lens of research—clinical care and advocacy; and why we need to address this lifelong disability medically and socially in a way that protects the rights of the women, men, children, families and communities affected.

Experts
Dr. Albert Chudley
Pediatrics & Child Health, University of Manitoba; Health Sciences Centre
Dr. Brenda Elias
Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba
Program Coordinator
Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program
Moderator
Professor Karen Busby
Faculty of Law; Academic Director of Centre for Human Rights Research, University of Manitoba