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Supporting parents with infant sleep, feeding and behaviour

‘Is he good normal?’: supporting parents with infant sleep, feeding and behaviour

Wednesday 10 May 2017

Venue - Lecture Theatre, New Education Centre, Peacock Hall, Royal Victoria Infirmary.

Aims and Objectives: Looking at what is normal in healthy infants’ feeding, sleep and behaviour, and how to support parents through challenges in these areas.

Teaching Methods: Presentations, questions and answer session.

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0845 — 0915 Registration and coffee

0915 — 0930 Introduction

0930 — 1030 Looking for a solution to common infant feeding problems – who do we listen to? Dr Helen Crawley, First Steps Nutrition Trust, London

1030 — 1130 Infant feeding, sleep and societal expectations. Dr Amy Brown, author of “Breastfeeding Uncovered”, Swansea University

1130 — 1145 Coffee break

1145 — 1245 What is “normal infant sleep” really and why does it matter? Professor Helen Ball, Director of Parent-Infant Sleep Lab, Department of Anthropology, Durham University and Chair, Lullaby Trust Scientific Committee.

1245 — 1345 Lunch

1345 — 1445 Crying in infancy - myths, misconceptions and medicalization. Sally Hogg, Maternal Mental Health Specialist, Surrey
1445 — 1500 Coffee break

1500 — 1600 The BNF says…… “so you can’t breastfeed when taking this drug”. Dr Wendy Jones, Author of Breastfeeding and Medication, Portsmouth

AWAITING RCPCH APPROVAL FOR CPD ACTIVITY

Great North Children's Hospital