IJBPE

Vol 4 Issue 1 Contents

 

CONTENTS

 1  CONTENTS
 2  EDITORIAL
 

Attachment, social networks and coparenting quality
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief

3 GUEST EDITORIAL
 

Transition to motherhood in life-endangering environments
Raija-Leena Punamäki-Gitai, Professor of Psychology, University of Tampere

32
THE NEWS IN QUESTION
  Bridget Supple
20 INBOX
 

THE UNBORN BABY

5 The relationship with the unborn baby: Why it matters
Jane Barlow, Professor of Public Health in the Early Years, University of Warwick
 

BECOMING PARENTS

11 What educators and doulas need to know about the impact of childhood abuse on women’s childbearing experiences
Penny Simkin, Physical Therapist, Educator, Birth Doula, Author
15 Promoting supportive coparenting relationships to engage fathers: Helping mothers to open the gate and stand back
Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan and Anna L. Olsavsky, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA
 

THE SOCIAL WORLD AROUND THE BABY

21 Making sense of disorganised attachment behaviour in pre-school children
David Shemmings, Professor of Child Protection Research, University of Kent
27 Pointers to father inclusive practice in maternal health care across the globe
Family Included Core Team
 

PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMMES

29 The Solihull Approach Antenatal Parenting Group: Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby
Hazel Douglas, Director Solihull Approach, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, UK
31 Midwives’ experience of delivering the Solihull Approach Antenatal Group    
Elizabeth Fagan, Sara Land, Zoe Meadows, Michelle Raza, Joanna Gavin, Hazel Douglas
 

FOCUS ON ORGANISATIONS

39 BookTrust
Kelly Walsh, Nicole Walker and Natasha Armstrong, BookTrust
 

OTHER

35 Teaching Activity
Myths and Realities about Babies
34 THE BOOK PAGE
Your Cherished Baby by Dr Howard Chilton
37 SALLY’S COLUMN
Preparation for birth and parenthood: Considerations about choice
Sally Hogg, Mother, Consultant working in Children’s Services and Strategic Lead for the ‘Mums and Babies in Mind’ Project

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