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Positive parenting

Digital mentoring on expressing breast milk for working mothers

This quasi-experimental study was a randomised control group, using a pre-test, post-test design. The participants were women recruited while pregnant for the previous study, who had since given...

Identifying adverse childhood experiences in maternity services

The aim of the project was to introduce into maternity services a screening tool for women and their partners at booking, in order to identify adverse childhood exper iences (ACEs) and improve...

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