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Peer support

Exploring breastfeeding peer supporters' experiences of using the Solihull Approach model

Peer support for breastfeeding mothers is defined by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as:

Do psychosocial interventions have an impact on maternal perception of perinatal depression?

Perinatal mental health is a key issue in contemporary maternity care, with suicide continuing to be a leading cause of maternal death in the UK (Knight et al, 2014) The most recent Confidential...

University midwifery societies: Support for student midwives, by student midwives

On starting their programme of study, student midwives are generally highly motivated and optimistic about their journey into their chosen profession However, there is evidence to suggest the...

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