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T-ACE Questionnaire « Substance Abuse « Surveys/Scales « Downloads

Date postedJanuary 31, 2012
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The T-ACE is a four-item questionnaire usable in assessing pregnant women for risk drinking in a clinical practice setting. The T-ACE was developed in 1989 using data from pregnant American women.This is a screening device to identify pregnant women at risk for drinking amounts which may be dangerous to the fetus. Positive results indicate exploration of women’s drinking.

Sokol, R.J.; Martier, S.S.; and Ager, J.W.

Copyright; permission needed to publish. Source: S. Martier, Ob/Gyn; 4707 Saint Antoine; Detroit; MI; 48201.

Sokol, R.J.; Martier, S.S.; and Ager, J.W. The T-ACE Questions: Practical prenatal detection of risk drinking. Am J Obstet Gyn 60:863-870, 1989.