NDPAE in the child as a marker for premature maternal death Free

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Dr Kieran O'Malley gives a brief outline of his study which examines the link between a diagnosis of NDPAE and the death of the biological birth mother. 

This lecture was filmed at the event 'Understanding neurodevelopmental disorder prenatal alcohol exposure (ndpae)' at the RSM in London on Tuesday 22nd May 2018. 

Length: 00:08:16

00:00:39 - The present study
00:02:49 - Sample demographics
00:04:06 - Results
00:04:32 - Discussion
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Dr Angela Hassiotis, Psychiatric Reader and Consultant, University College London.

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43:32

Professor Sue Buckley, Director of Science and Research, Down Syndrome Education International. 

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28:17

Dr Esha Massand, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Birkbeck College, University of London.

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30:06

Dr André Strydom, Reader in Intellectual Disabilities, University College London.

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Professor Jeremy Turk, Consultant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Neurodevelopmental Services, South London and Maudsley Mental Health Foundation NHS Trust.

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Dr Laurence Taggart, Immediate Past President, Intellectual Disability Forum, RSM.

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Dr David Chaney, National Director, Diabetes UK Northern Ireland.

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Dr Kieran O’Malley, President, Intellectual Disability Forum, RSM and Joint Conference Organiser

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