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Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit

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Infant Mental Health Online (IMHOL)

Until Infant Mental Health Online (IMHOL) there was no standardised training in infant mental health in the United Kingdom for front line professionals who work with babies/children and their families. Infant Mental Health Online (IMHOL) was designed to address this need.

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Research

WIFWU is undertaking a programme of research focused on evaluating new ways of working to support parenting during pregnancy and the first two years of life

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Publications

The Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit is proud of its extensive catalogue of publications. Produced by leaders in the field, the publications give insight into the fascinating work and important discoveries of the WIFWU division.

Training

WIFWU offers a selection of training to a wide range of primary care and early years practitioners

Innovation

This strand of work will develop new interventions to support parenting during pregnancy and the first two years of life

  • Bring together key individuals in the field of infant development
  • Develop and extend training programmes for early years and primary care practitioners
  • Integrate work arising from research across a range of disciplines and fields including infant mental health obesity; fatherhood and mental health
  • Generate new publications.

UK Association of Infant Mental Health

World Association of Infant Mental Health

jbProf Jane Barlow

Director of WIFWU

Jane.Barlow@warwick.ac.uk

dcDawn Cannon

Director of Infant Mental Health Online (IMHOL)

D.Cannon@warwick.ac.uk

ssMrs Sukhi Sembi

Research Associate

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