Alcohol

‘Despite national guidelines recommending that the safest option for pregnant and breastfeeding women is not to drink, almost half of pregnant women in Australia consume some alcohol during their pregnancy—one of the highest rates in the OECD,’ Deeble...

The widespread use of alcohol during pregnancy is a significant public health concern in Australia. 

This Health Policy Issues Brief from the Deeble Institute of Health Policy Research outlines opportunities for change to support...


Author/Editor: Deeble Institute - Prof Sandra Jones and Dr Ross Gordon

Australia does not currently require warning labels on alcohol products, putting Australia out of step with many other countries.