An ancient practice influencing current policy: infant wrapping as an evidence based strategy to encourage settling and the utilisation of the supine sleep position

Gorman, B., Gore, R., Young, J. and Rambotham, J. (2007). An ancient practice influencing current policy: infant wrapping as an evidence based strategy to encourage settling and the utilisation of the supine sleep position. In: National professional conference for The Australian Association of Maternal Child and Family Health Nurses in partnership with Karitane and Tresillian Family Care Centres. Conference of the Australian Association of Maternal Child and Family Health Nurses, Sydney, N.S.W., (). 3th - 5th May, 2007.

Author Gorman, B.
Gore, R.
Young, J.
Rambotham, J.
Title of paper An ancient practice influencing current policy: infant wrapping as an evidence based strategy to encourage settling and the utilisation of the supine sleep position
Conference name Conference of the Australian Association of Maternal Child and Family Health Nurses
Conference location Sydney, N.S.W.
Conference dates 3th - 5th May, 2007
Proceedings title National professional conference for The Australian Association of Maternal Child and Family Health Nurses in partnership with Karitane and Tresillian Family Care Centres
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Fully published paper
Language eng
Subjects 1110 Nursing
111704 Community Child Health
111712 Health Promotion
Q-Index Code EX

 
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