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Infant and Family Wellbeing

Module

Leaders:
Prof Jane Barlow
Dr Angela Underdown

Duration: 5 days

Assessment:
4,000 word essay

CATS:20

Code: ME955

This multidisciplinary course will provide you with understanding about new and innovative theory and practice relating to infant and family wellbeing

  • Focus is primarily on: Wellbeing of parents during pregnancy; Transition to parenthood; Relationship of parents with their new baby during the first few months and years of life
  • The course is underpinned by recent evidence from a range of disciplines including developmental psychology, neurosciences and genetics
  • These demonstrate links between the experiences of babies during the early years of their life, and later physical and mental health

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