Highlighted publications

April 2021

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2021

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August 2021

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2021

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Lactation After Infant Death: Partners’ Experiences

Author/editor: Katherine Carroll, Simon Copland, Debbie Noble-Carr & Catherine Waldby

Year published: 2021

Funded by: Newborn Intensive Care Foundation This publication reports on the findings of a pilot study funded by the Newborn Intensive Care Foundation. Researchers interviewed seven bereaved fathers, in the ACT and Queensland, in order to examine their experiences, perspectives and practices toward...

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Mapping Hospital-Based Lactation Care Provided to Bereaved Mothers: A Basis for Quality Improvement

Author/editor: Debbie Noble-Carr, Katherine Carroll, & Catherine Waldby

Year published: 2021

The study aimed to identify and map the factors that shape the delivery of hospital-based lactation care for bereaved mothers to inform quality improvement initiatives targeting hospital-based lactation care. Focus groups and interviews were conducted at three large hospitals in Australia with 113...

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December 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

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June 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

The June 2020 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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Lactation after infant death: an analysis of Australian healthcare agencies’ online health information

Author/editor: Lara Sweeney, Katherine Carroll, Debbie Noble-Carr & Catherine Waldby

Year published: 2020

Lactation is a potent signifier of maternal love and care commonly associated with early motherhood and infant survival. It is common, however, for bereaved mothers who have recently undergone miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death to produce breastmilk. Drawing on a critical feminist lens that...

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March 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

The March 2020 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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Naked loan selfies: Becoming collateral, becoming pornography

Author/editor: Liu, Jessie & Keane, Helen

Year published: 2020

Naked loan selfies are a Chinese Internet phenomenon in which naked selfies taken by young women are used as a form of collateral in peer-to-peer loaning systems. Despite being the subject of sensationalised media coverage in China, naked loan selfies have so far received only very limited academic...

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September 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

The September 2020 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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