Parenting is always an experiment so why not collect the data?
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Participant’s words on taking part in the experiment day. Credit for concept & image: Mo Ade

This Tuesday 10th July, two of our citizen scientists groups will receive the eagerly anticipated results to their experiment, asking “What’s in breast milk for older children?”.

This experiment is a collaboration between Parenting Science Gang, the online support groups Breastfeeding Older Babies and Beyond and UK Breastfeeding and Parenting Support, and Dr Natalie Shenker and Dr Simon Cameron, both of Imperial College, London

You are invited to join us, as we find out the results

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The experiment day was a huge success with 117 mothers donating their milk for an experiment that most of them were involved in designing.
It’s free, it’s in St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London W2 1NY, from 11am-1:30pm this Tuesday 10th July.

Babes in arms welcome.

Programme:

10:40 – Arrival & refreshments

11:00 – 12:15pm Results & project presentation & Q&As

Then our group members will discuss possible next steps over lunch. You are welcome to join us, but it’s not compulsory!

12:15 – Lunch in Discussion Groups (lunch not provided)

13:00 – Discussion Group Feedback

13:30 – Close (although we can run on a bit if there are lots of questions)

For more info, please contact Rebecca Brueton at parentingsciencegang@gmail.com

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Related Links

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