Breastfeeding And Health Care Experiences

Breastfeeding and Health Care Experiences

PSG's Breastfeeding and Healthcare Experiences group are interested in the vital role that health professionals play in supporting mothers to breastfeed successfully. UK breastfeeding rates are poor. In their 2017 Position Statement on Breastfeeding, the Royal College of Paediatrics and…

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PSG At IHV!

PSG at IHV!

Earlier this month, PSG headed off to the Institute of Health Visiting (IHV) Conference in Manchester to share the results of some of our research. Our Director, Sophia Collins, gave a presentation about co-producing research with parents, while four of our…

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Can You Hear Me? A Q&A On Glue Ear

Can you hear me? A Q&A on Glue Ear

Around 80% of under 7s suffer from glue ear, so why don’t we hear more about it? We invited Dr Carmel Capewell to tell us more. Image: World Bank Photo collection  CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Carmel:  Hi! My interest in glue…

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PSG Podcast #3: PSG & Me

PSG Podcast #3: PSG & me

In our third and final podcast, we asked some of our participants, scientists and staff to tell us what they have enjoyed about Parenting Science Gang and the impact it has had on their lives. Have a listen.

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PSG Podcast #2: Final Event Results Fair

PSG Podcast #2: Final Event Results Fair

The second in our series of podcasts gives you the chance to eavesdrop on the Results Fair at our Final Event in November 2018.  The Results Fair was opened by Katherine Mathieson, CEO of the British Science Association, and features…

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How Hot Is My Baby In A Carrier?

How hot is my baby in a carrier?

An citizen science experiment by the Science-Aware Natural Parenting Science Gang There are so many rules to live by when you’re a new parent, but it can be hard to tell what is based in fact and what is not. For…

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