PARENTING OUR CHILDREN - ART AND SCIENCE 2010

PARENTING OUR CHILDREN - ART AND SCIENCE 2010 La Leche League, Tralee
In association with CAIPe (Centre for Advancement of Inter-professional Education), Department of Nursing and Health and Humanities, ITT and HSE is delighted to host

'PARENTING OUR CHILDREN - ART AND SCIENCE 2010'

Professor Helen Ball, BSc, MA, PhD is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Parent-Infant Sleep Lab at Durham University. She has been studying infant feeding and infant sleep since 1995, working with organisations at home and abroad, on ways to facilitate bedding-in for breastfeeding support in hospitals. Her current research involves behavioural and physiological investigations of infant and child sleep- and the effect on child obesity. Professor Ball runs the â¿¿Parent-Infant Sleep Labâ¿¿ at Queenâ¿¿s Campus, Stockton and also conducts research in various local hospitals and the community.