IJBPE

Vol 1 Issue 3 Contents

 

CONTENTS

IFC   FATHERS MATTER
   The Right Honourable David Lammy
 3 EDITORIAL
  A new foundation for family policy Duncan Fisher, Social Entrepreneur, Child and Family Services
4
THE NEWS IN QUESTION
  Bridget Supple
6 INBOX
 

THE UNBORN BABY

7 Fathers’ prenatal relationship with ‘their’ baby and ‘her’ pregnancy – implications for antenatal education
Richard Fletcher,  Chris May,  Jennifer StGeorge
13 Making the baby ‘real’ for fathers-to-be
Karen Morgan
 

BECOMING PARENTS

16 Teaching Activity The Fathers’ Charter
17 Paternal depression in the postnatal period: refl on current knowledge and practice
Jill Domoney, Jane Iles, Paul Ramchandani
21 Involving dads from the start
Nick Smithers
25 Acacia Dads: Supporting fathers affected by postnatal depression
Geoff Allcock
 

BOOK PAGE

25 The Dad Factor
Richard Fletcher
 

SOCIAL WORLD AROUND THE BABY

27 Men, Myths and Babies: why and how new dads matter
Adrienne Burgess
33 Engaging young fathers
Seany O’Kane
35 Are fathers getting a confused message?
Alan McMaster, Raquib Ibrahim, Stewart McLean
37

Supporting couples at the transition to parenthood: Family Foundations
Mark E. Feinberg

43 Laying the right foundations: Supporting team parenting through pre and post natal support
Jeszemma Garratt
 

FOCUS ON ORGANISATIONS

45 Fatherhood Collaborative of San Mateo County, California, USA
Patrick Ledesma and Anand Chabra
 

PRINCIPLES OF ADULT EDUCATION

47 The ‘Father’ of adult education: Malcolm Knowles
Kay Cram and Shona Gore

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