The Fetal Alcohol Advisory, Support, and Training (FAAST) Team at the University of Edinburgh are seeking birth and biological parents of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) to participate in a project to inform research about how best to engage with birth and biological parents.
Birth and biological parents’ voices are under-represented in the research literature and this study seeks to understand some of the barriers to participating in research and to inform future studies about how best to engage birth and biological parents of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Participation will involve an interview or focus group of approximately 1 hour, with further opportunities to remain involved with the project.
All participants will receive a £30 gift card for their time.
If you would like to register you interest,please complete the registration of interest form and a member of the FAAST Team will be in contact with you soon:
For more information about the study, please see the participant information sheet: Participant Information Sheet
To read more about the work of the FAAST team, please visit https://www.faast.ed.ac.uk/our-services/.