Social support, maternal experience, and infant feeding  /

Who Cares? Workshop on Caregiving and Mother-Infant Health

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Description: Materials and outputs from interdisciplinary workshop on support for mother-infant health. Funded by EHBEA and supported by UCL Anthropology.

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This component is current under development. In evolutionary anthropology, the importance of wide and diverse social support networks for maternal and infant health is widely acknowledged. However, in public health and non-evolutionary social sciences ‘support’ is often poorly defined, with a strong nuclear family bias regarding caregiving. This workshop bridged this disciplinary gap by facilitati...

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