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Selected Current Projects
Neuroprotective Developmental Care
Neuroprotective Developmental Care

Optimising maternal mental health and skills acquisition in the perinatal period: what works? A meta-analysis of systematic reviews

Associate Professor (Adjunct) Pamela Douglas, Griffith University; Dr Koa Whittingham, School of Medicine, UQ; Professor Debra Creedy, Griffith University; Associate Professor Peter Hill, School of Public Health, UQ

 

'Sleep, Baby and You': Possums Sleep Intervention translated into the United Kingdom context

Professor Helen Ball and team, Parent-Infant Sleep Lab, Durham University, UK; Associate Professor (Adjunct) Pamela Douglas, Griffith University; Dr Koa Whittingham, School of Medicine, UQ

 

Australian Collaborative for Infant Oral Research

Dr Pamela Douglas, Senior Lecturer, UQ; Professor Laurie Walsh, Head of Research, School of Dentistry, The University of Queensland (UQ); Associate Professor Peter Hill, School of Public Health, UQ; Professor Marc Tennant, Winthrop Professor, University of Western Australia (UWA); Associate Professor Donna Geddes, Human Lactation Research Group, UWA; and others

 

Ultrasound Imaging of Infant Oromotor Function in Gestalt Breastfeeding

Associate Professor Donna Geddes, Human Lactation Research Group, UWA; Dr Sharon Perella, Human Lactation Research Group, UWA; and others

 

Randomised Controlled Trial of Neuroprotective Developmental Care (‘The Possums Program’) as a Pre-emptive Intervention for Infants at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder

                      Dr Andrea McGlade, Professor Ros Boyd, Dr Koa Whittingham, Dr Pamela Douglas, School of Medicine, UQ

 

 

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