Parenting is always an experiment so why not collect the data?
PSG Hits The Conference Scene

PSG hits the conference scene

by guest blogger M. Wright from UKBAPS - Parenting Science Gang. On Tuesday 16th January 2018, I attended a conference on the effects of screen time on young people in London at The Wellcome collection with my one year old son…

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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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Research At The NCT

Research at the NCT

This week's Q&A was with Sarah McMullen, Head of Knowledge at the NCT (National Childbirth Trust), supported by Rachel Plachcinski, the NCT's Research Engagement Officer. Sarah says: The Knowledge team support NCT to be evidence-based in all we do. This…

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Breastfeeding – Changing The Conversation

Breastfeeding – changing the conversation

  • May 5, 2017

For our second online Q&A, we spoke to Heather Trickey, a breastfeeding counsellor and Research Manager for the NCT. Heather is interested in why some public health policies appear to work whilst others fail, and her PhD in infant feeding policy…

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