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Journal Articles and Newspaper Citations

Hymbaugh K, Miller LA, Druschel CM, Podvin DW, Meaney FJ, Boyle CA, The FASSNet Team. A multiple source methodology for the surveillance of fetal alcohol syndrome -The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Surveillance Network (FASSNet). Teratology 2002; 66 Suppl 1:S41-9.

CDC. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome --- Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, and New York, 1995--1997. MMWR 2002; 51(20); 433-5.

Egeland GM, Perham-Hester KA, Gessner BD, Ingle D, Berner JE, Middaugh JP. Fetal alcohol syndrome in Alaska, 1977 through 1992: An administrative prevalence derived from multiple data sources. Am J Pub Health 1998; 88:781-786.

The Alaska FAS Prevention Steering Committee. The Alaska Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Prevention Project. Federal Practitioner 1996; 13:8:54-59.

Li C, Pearson K. A clinical intervention for children exposed to alcohol in utero. AK Med 1996; 38: 124-131, 147.

The Alaska FAS Prevention Steering Committee. Alcohol-related knowledge, attitude, belief, and behavior (KABB) surveys of Alaskan health professionals. AK Med 1995; 37:5-10.

Egeland GM, Perham-Hester KA, Hook EB. Use of capture-recapture analyses in fetal alcohol syndrome surveillance in Alaska. Am J Epidemiol 1995; 141:335-41.

CDC. Prevalence and characteristics of alcohol consumption and fetal alcohol syndrome awareness - Alaska, 1991 and 1993. MMWR 1994; 43:3-6. (Reprinted in JAMA 1994; 271(6):422-423).

CDC. Linking multiple data sources in fetal alcohol syndrome surveillance - Alaska. MMWR 1993; 42:312-314.