IJBPE - Vol 10 Issue 4


The transition to parenthood: A life changing event 

Jane SvenssonCo-Editor IJBPE & Clinical Midwifery Consultant for Health Education and Diversity Coordinator, Royal Hospital for women, Sydney, Australia 


International, virtual resources and outreach to enhance care of the Late Preterm Infant 
Benedetta Costa, PT, International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM) Trainer – Centro Papillon, Genoa Nervi, Italy
Maryam Mozafarinia, MSN, PhD, Montreal Children’s Hospital, Montreal, Canada
Ning Desiyanti Soehartojo, MD, IBCLC, Baby & Beyond Publika and Child Specialist Clinic, Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Malaysia
Jan Tedder, BSN, FNP, IBCLC, HUG Your Baby, Durham, North Carolina, USA

Self-efficacy in the transition to parenthood: A closer look at general self-efficacy 
Nicole A. Marsden, Trauma Therapist and Clinical Psychologist, Chicago Child Trauma Center, La Rabida Children’s Hospital, USA
Dhara T. Meghani, Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology PsyD Program,
School of Nursing and Health Professions, University of San Francisco, USA

 ‘I want to drive my own bus!’: Supporting the self-efficacy of asylum seeking and refugee mothers in the UK 
Alison Prowle, Senior Lecturer in Children and Families, University of Worcester, UK 

How evidence-based parenting website supports children and families 
Ann Seward, Parenting Research Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Naomi Hackworth, Parenting Research Centre; Murdoch Children’s Research Institute; School of Nursing & Midwifery, Latrobe University

#Parentlife: Key issues, benefits and advice for new parents using social media and mobile technology
Catherine Archer, Senior Lecturer, School of Arts and Humanities, Edith Cowan University, Australia and Associate Investigator with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child
Deborah Williams, Sessional Lecturer, School of Arts and Humanities, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Partnering with new parents to navigate the challenges of social media 
Rachelle M. Chee, Associate Lecturer, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences, CQUniversity Australia 

Exploring the information seeking behaviour of first-time parents during the pandemic: The lived experiences of three new mums who ‘should know better’!
Penny Cole, Training Development and Implementation Lead, Leeds Beckett University, UK
Rosie Hare, Licensing Manager, Jisc
Jess Haigh, Academic Librarian, Leeds Beckett University, UK

Families and social change: The evolution of parenting 
Kate Howen, Lecturer in Primary Education, University of Worcester, UK

Creating a secure base and safe haven for new parents: A community approach
Amy Woolston, Director of The Koala Tree, UK, and Clinical Psychologist

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