Promoting father friendly child-health care: from pregnancy to adulthood?
Promoting father friendly child-health care: from pregnancy to adulthood? is the title of a seminar for practitioners and researchers, being held at the University of Manchester on 15 September.
Speakers at the event include:
Tina Lavender, Professor of Midwifery, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, University of Manchester
Dr Linda McGowan, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester
Dr Kevin Hugill, School of Health, University of Central Lancashire
Ann Macfadyen, Community, Health and Education Studies Research Centre, Northumbria University, and
Dr Jeremy Davies, Head of Communications, Fatherhood Institute.
To register for this FREE event, please email Jane Mann or call her on tel: 0161 306 7900.
The Child Health Research Network, founded in 2004, is an interdisciplinary group of 140 members from across the University of Manchester, its partner NHS trusts, city council and social care organisations who share expertise and ideas, holding regular workshops developing new research proposals. More information about the network at: www.ihs.manchester.ac.uk/ResearchNetworks/childhealth/.Tags: child health, Disability, Maternity, New fathers, Vulnerable families