24 February 2012
Jeremy Davies writes: It’s heartening to see that Daddy Daycare, Channel 4’s so-bad-I-don’t-know-whether-to-laugh-or-cry documentary series in which  fathers take on temporary work placements in nurseries, is eliciting lots of negative comment from TV reviewers and the Twitterati alike. 
5 December 2011
In 2007, important Department of Health guidance Maternity Matters set out clearly that midwives and other health professionals should engage with both parents as routine in maternity care, and make sure that both are well informed. 
5 October 2011
Jeremy Davies writes: In 2011, so many years after our traditional attitudes towards childbirth and childcare being a ‘women-only’ preserve began to shift, it’s easy to kid ourselves that we’ve changed all we need to change. 
26 September 2011
The Second ISA Forum of Sociology: Social justice and democratization Buenos Aires, Argentina – August 1-4, 2012 Call for abstracts Title of the session: Men and Reproduction Format of the session: Regular session – five 20-minute presentations Description: Internationally, many societies are experiencing a cultural transformation of fatherhood towards the contemporary ideal of the involved nurturing father with the expectation of men’s involvement across the reproductive trajectory from reproductive planning to equal co-parenting. 
13 September 2011
Jeremy Davies writes: Let’s keep this brief. Today’s papers are full of stories based on research showing that men are designed to share in the care of children. 
17 May 2011
An organisation in the Highlands of Scotland is pioneering mental health support for expectant and new dads. Highland Antenatal and Postnatal Illness Support has published a leaflet for fathers, which could act as a model for other organisations to use when developing similar support materials.