Director, Clinical and Health Psychology and Parent-Infant Research Institute, Austin Health; and Professor of Psychology, University of Melbourne
An investment in strategies to promote ‘a healthy start to life’ is thought to reduce health inequalities across the entire course of life (Marmot et al, 2012) Extensive research has been conducted...
High-quality perinatal care is of central importance to public health and the broader agenda for global health (ten Hoope-Bender et al, 2014) In antenatal care, the focal point has shifted from...
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