Project team members are:
- Nancy Poole
Over the past decade, Nancy and other researchers at the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health have led a range of research, knowledge exchange, strategy development and networking projects related to prevention of FASD from a women’s health determinants perspective.
- Deborah Rutman
- Carol Hubberstey
- Sharon Hume
- Marilyn Van Bibber
Deborah, Carol, Sharon and Marilyn are all Principals with Nota Bene Consulting Group. They have years of experience in conducting program evaluation, research, and project management related to FASD. Research relating to FASD has focused on: community-based planning for FASD awareness, prevention and support in Aboriginal communities; promising approaches in working with women with FASD and substance use issues; parenting; employment; and the legal system’s criminalization of disability. Evaluation work has focused on programs for people with FASD and their families, including the BC Key Worker Program, the Youth Outreach Program, and the West Coast Alternates program.
Project sponsors are: the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, and the Network Action Team on FASD Prevention from a Women’s Health Determinants Perspective, Canada FASD Research Network.