Parenting is always an experiment so why not collect the data?
The Great PSG Final Event

The Great PSG Final Event

What’s going to happen at our final event? We’re not exactly sure yet, but here are the things that we do know. It will be Saturday 10th November – Sunday 11th November, approximately lunchtime to lunchtime. It will take place…

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PSG At The House Of Commons!

PSG at the House of Commons!

Our Breastfeeding and Healthcare Experiences Parenting Science Gang were represented at the Infant Feeding All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) at the House of Commons last month. Here's what happened... "It was exciting coming across the opportunity to attend the Infant Feeding…

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Parenting Science Gang – 9 Months On

Parenting Science Gang – 9 months on

Parenting Science Gang has been running for 9 months now (!!), here’s what we’ve been up to. The first four groups We started by recruiting members from four existing Facebook groups for parents: Breastfeeding Older Babies & Beyond (BOBAB) UK Breastfeeding…

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Why You Should Join Parenting Science Gang!

Why you should join Parenting Science Gang!

Are you member of a parenting group? (Maybe a Facebook community group?) Do you wish you could get evidence-based facts about the stuff that matters to you? Parenting Science Gang puts parents in charge of the research agenda. It’s a groundbreaking, user-led…

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Calling BAME Parenting Groups

Calling BAME parenting groups

Do you have parenting questions you can't find an evidence-based answer to? Are you part of a community with questions that get overlooked by mainstream science? Parenting Science Gang puts parents in charge of the research agenda. It's user-led citizen science,…

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Parenting Science Gang Needs You!

Parenting Science Gang needs you!

Are you a member of a parenting group with lots of questions? Maybe a large Facebook group? Parenting Science Gang is about uncovering questions that matter to parents, but which science isn’t answering. Four Facebook communities have taken part this year, they've been exploring…

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