Annual Conference 2016
View highlights from the two days here
- Dr Nigel Rollins, Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child & Adolescent Health, WHO – The impact of breastfeeding on maternal and child health in the 21st century: The Lancet Breastfeeding Series. View Nigel Rollins’ slides.
- Laura Abbott, University of Hertfordshire – Having a baby in prison: Women’s need to love, care for and breastfeed their baby View Laura Abbott’s presentation slides.
- Dr Amy Brown, Associate Professor Child Public Health, Swansea University – Examining psychological, social and cultural barriers to responsive breastfeeding
- Helen Crawley, First Steps Nutrition Trust – The constituents of formula milk – busting the myths.
- Dr Sanjeev Deshpande, Consultant Neonatologist, Shropshire Women & Children’s Centre – Hypoglcaemia and preventing unnecessary admissions to neonatal units
- Jane Dickens, Bradford District Care Trust – Bradford’s revolution: Bringing the evidence of parent-infant relationship research to
the people who matter: The story of the parent-infant relationship resource cards View Jane Dickens’ presentation slides
- Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Ph.D, IBCLC – What’s New in Postpartum Depression Research: Recent Findings on Breastfeeding and Depression, Birth Interventions, and Preterm Birth and The Neuropsychological Effects of Sleep Training and Its Implications for Breastfeeding View Kathleen Kendall-Tackett’s slides on Postpartum Depression Research and on Sleep Training
- Hollie McNish, poet – Nobody told me: Poetry & Parenthood
- Jacky Syme, South Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT) Community Services – Antenatal Conversations
- Anne Woods, Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative – Achieving Sustainability