IJBPE - Vol 8 Issue 3


Different perspectives
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief


Developmental Origins of Health and Disease: What it means and why it matters
Tatjana Buklijas, Associate Director, Koi Tu: The Centre for Informed Futures; Senior Lecturer in Global Studies, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Understanding the needs of young children and families during the pandemic: Insights from the early stages of COVID-19.
This article is adapted from ‘A Better Start – Responding to COVID-19’, published in the UK by The National Lottery Community Fund in September 2020

Stress and alcohol consumption in the era of COVID-19: How will babies be affected?
Karin Hammarberg

Intimate Partner Violence and the pandemic
Leah Cronin

Understanding and supporting women with eating disorders: Pregnancy, birth, and motherhood
Abigail Easter, Amanda Bye

Adapting the Pregnancy in Mind (PiM) support service to virtual delivery
Louise Harrington, Aisling McElearney, Georgia Hyde-Dryden

Birdie’s Tree: Supporting social emotional wellbeing of babies and young children in a changing world
Andrea Baldwin, Alexandra De Young

Traumatic birth: Definitions, treatments and the pandemic

Mari Greenfield

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