Postpartum & Lactation
- Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
This talk discusses how concepts of ‘normal infant sleep’ differ within and between and between cultures, and across biological, medical, and social domains. Using a bio-anthropological perspective we will explore how and why babies sleep as they do, what happens when baby sleep needs conflict with those of parents, and how we might normalise expectations. We will explore parents’ perspectives and experiences on the relationship between feeding methods and sleep outcomes, and consider the tools and strategies available to help parents who are experiencing difficulties with infant sleep.
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