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Durham Infancy & Sleep Centre 2021 Virtual Conference

Wednesday, 21 April 2021

Details

We were unable to hold our 20th Anniversary Conference as planned in 2020. We plan to try again, with our 22nd Anniversary in 2022. In the meantime, we will be holding our 2021 Virtual Conference on 21 April 2021 from 1pm-4pm, with live online discussion hosted by Professor Helen Ball. This will be a ‘You Tube Premier’ event with live chat. The link will be sent to registered participants by 5pm on Monday 19 April.

Registration fee £5 to support the Baby Sleep Info Source.

Speakers and Titles

Catherine Taylor - What are parents’ perceptions of baby boxes and how are they using them?

Alice-Amber Keegan - Parent’s experiences of using an in-bed cot to facilitate close postnatal contact in a UK birth centre.

Allison Dixley - Does swaddling affect breastfeeding?

Lenka Medvecová - Sleep talk: how language influences and is influenced by infant sleep practices.

Michele Freed - Informed(?) choice: decision-making around management of the third stage of labour in midwife-led care.

Andrea Silva Caballero - Are tired teenagers a global phenomenon? The effects of biology and socio-cultural life on adolescent sleep timing in two non-WEIRD societies.

Speaker profiles can be found here.

Schedule

1:00 - 1:05 – Welcome and introductions by Professor Helen Ball

1:05 – 1:26 - Catherine Taylor - What are parents’ perceptions of baby boxes and how are they using them?

1:28 – 1:53 – Alice-Amber Keegan - Parent's experiences of using an in-bed cot to facilitate close postnatal contact in a UK birth centre

1:55 – 2:26 - Allison Dixley - Does swaddling affect breastfeeding?

2:28 – 2:56 - Lenka Medvecová - Sleep talk: how language influences and is influenced by infant sleep practices

2:58 – 3:26 - Andrea Silva Caballero - Are tired teenagers a global phenomenon? The effects of biology and socio-cultural life on adolescent sleep timing in two non-WEIRD societies

3:28 – 4:00 - Michelle Freed - Informed(?) choice: decision-making around management of the third stage of labour in midwife-led care

  • Registration Fee (GBP 5.00)
    1pm-4pm with live online discussion hosted by Professor Helen Ball

Payment Methods

  • Credit/Debit Card

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