Webinar: Reducing polysubstance use in pregnancy
The use of multiple substances, including tobacco, alcohol, and opioids, during pregnancy can have negative effects on a pregnant person and the developing baby. Research suggests that polysubstance use (using more than one substance at a time) during pregnancy is common. Recent evidence suggests that polysubstance use is highest during early pregnancy.
This session of Public Health Grand Rounds will discuss adverse maternal and child health outcomes caused by polysubstance use, how data can improve our understanding of polysubstance use, and how screening and brief interventions may reduce prenatal substance exposure and improve the health of women and infants.
There will be a live question and answer segment at the end of the session. Please submit questions for this topic to firstname.lastname@example.org.