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Resumen de Investigaciones sobre el EDAF

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Hawái

Coordinador estatal de EDAF (Miembro de NAFSC)

Catherine Sorensen, Dr. P.H., M.P.H.
Primary Care Office Program Manager
Office of Primary Care and Rural Health
Hawaii Department of Health
3652 Kilauea Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816
Teléfono: 808.733.8364
Fax: 808.733-8369
Correo electrónico: catherine.sorensen@doh.hawaii.gov

Grupo de Trabajo estatal de EDAF

Grupo de Trabajo sobre el Espectro de los Trastornos Relacionados con el Alcoholismo Fetal de Hawaii
Co-Chair: Ginny Wright
Correo electrónico: gwr1069167@aol.com

Co-chair: Jane Onoye, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry, JABSOM
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1441 Kapi‘olani Boulevard, Suite 1803
Honolulu, HI 96814
Teléfono: 808-945-1584 o 808-945-1517
Fax: 808-945-1522
Correo electrónico: onoyej@dop.hawaii.edu

Información Legislativa:

HB2109 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2006

Section 2. There is established within the family health services division of the department of health one full-time equivalent permanent professional fetal alcohol spectrum disorder coordinator position.

6/19/06: Enacted as Act 204 (Gov. Msg. No. 734); effective date of law not indicated.

HB2045 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Treatment

2006

The purpose of this Act is to establish a pilot clinic to address Hawaii’s current lack of facilities equipped to provide comprehensive prenatal, delivery, and postpartum care to women who have a history of methamphetamine and other substance abuse, including alcohol and tobacco.

HB2045: 6/29/06 – Enacted as Act 248, (Gov. Msg. No. 516; effective date of law not indicated).

SB2132: 3/17/06 – Passed Second Reading as amended in (HD 1) and referred to the House Committee on Higher Education.

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SCR76 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2004

Requesting the Department of Health to establish a coordinated statewide effort to address fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.

4/16/04: Report and Resolution(s) Adopted, as amended (SD 1).