IJBPE

Vol 6 Issue 1

 

CONTENTS

 1  CONTENTS
 2  EDITORIAL
  Helping new parents survive in a confusing world
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief
3 GUEST EDITORIAL
  Long and winding road: From neuroscience to policy, program and practice
Bruce Perry, Senior Fellow at the Child Trauma Academy, Chicago, USA 
Annette Jackson, Berry Street Childhood Institute, Victoria, Australia
5 GUEST EDITORIAL
  Does breastfeeding really belong on the school curriculum?
Amy Brown, Professor of Child Public Health, Swansea University, UK
THE NEWS IN QUESTION
 

ARTICLES

9 Infant sleep and feeding in evolutionary perspective
Alanna E.F. Rudzik, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, State University of New York College at Oneonta, USA
17 Sleep in early childhood: The role of bedtime routines
Angela D. Staples, Assistant Professor, Eastern Michigan University, USA 
Leah LaLonde, Doctoral Fellow, Eastern Michigan University, USA
22 Baby Sleep Info Source: Basis
Helen Ball, Professor of Anthropology, Director of Parent-Infant Sleep Lab, Durham University, UK
25 Helping local leaders to keep Mums and Babies in Mind 
Sally Hogg, Consultant working in Children’s Services and Strategic Lead for the ‘Mums and Babies in Mind’ project, UK
25 Training peer supporters in Video Interaction Guidance (VIG)
Monika Celebi, Video Interaction Guider, Trainer and Supervisor
Faye Cox, Parents1st Data and Office Administrator
Chantelle Hinds, Parents1st Peer Support Worker 
Celia Suppiah, Chief Executive Officer – Founder of Parents1st
Debbie Taylor, Parents1st Peer Support Worker
 

PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMME

13 The Possums Sleep Program: Supporting easy, healthy parent-infant sleep
Pamela Douglas, Medical Director, Possums Education, Brisbane, Australia
 

OTHER

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BOOK PAGES
The Positive Breastfeeding Book by Amy Brown
Right from the Start: Investing in parents and babies by Alan Sinclair
33 Focus on Support Organisations
Tresillian Family Care Centres: 100 years of service for New South Wales families
Cathrine Fowler, Tresillian Chair in Family Health, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia 
Marie Dickinson, Tresillian Family Care Centres Nicola Brown, Tresillian Family Care Centres
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Sally’s Column: A reproductive health revolution
Sally Hogg, Consultant working in Children’s Services and Strategic Lead
for the ‘Mums and Babies in Mind’ project, UK

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