Grandmothers and public health

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Description: Slides for the 'Grandmothers & Public Health: unlocking the potential of older women for improving child, adolescent and maternal health' workshop, held at LSHTM on 14 May 2019, funded by the British Society for Population Studies, by Rebecca Sear & Anushe Hassan List of talks Rebecca Sear & Anushé Hassan: “Introduction: What do we know about the impact of grandmothers on health?” Dixon Chibanda, LSHTM: “Grandmothers on the Friendship Bench: a source of wisdom” Abigail Page, LSHTM: “Grandmothers and childcare in hunter-gatherer societies: the role of demography and mobility” Emily Emmott, UCL: “Investigating the associations between grandmother support and parenting behaviours in the UK” Judi Aubel, The Grandmother Project – Change through Culture: "Grandmothers – an abundant and underutilized resource for promoting maternal, child and adolescent health within family systems"

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