The experience of being the first to breastfeed in a family: Implications for practice and public health policy

25 Mar ‘15
School of Health Sciences lecture


12.30PM - 1.30PM
Speaker: Kirsty Darwent, University of Stirling

Venue: Room 3T1, R.G. Bomont Building Boardroom, University of Stirling

The University of Stirling and Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport invite to you join them for a public lecture by Kirsty Darwent on
The experience of being the first to breastfeed in a family: Implications for practice and public health policy.

Dr Kirsty Darwent is a Chartered Psychologist and family psychotherapist who specialises in training and supervision. She is particularly interested in the application of psychological and systemic ideas to healthcare contexts, most recently the role of family context and history on breastfeeding experience.

For further information on this event, contact k.l.darwent@stir.ac.uk

To register for this event, contact  a.e.watterson@stir.ac.uk


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