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Title: Welcome to Parenthood - Alberta: Preliminary insight into mentorship of first-time mothers during transition from pregnancy to early parenthood
Authors: Wilson, J
Jensen, K
Loewen, M
Benzies, K
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2016
Publisher: University of Calgary
Citation: Wilson, J., Jensen, K., Loewen, M., & Benzies, K. "Welcome to Parenthood - Alberta: Preliminary insight into mentorship of first-time mothers during transition from pregnancy to early parenthood". 11th Annual Students' Union Undergraduate Research Symposium, December 1, 2016. University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.
Abstract: Responsive parent-child relationships build a strong foundation in the early development of an infant's brain, increasing the chance of positive outcomes later in life. Mentorship may provide valuable support to families during the transition from pregnancy to early parenthood. The objective of this project was to explore the experiences of mentors to first-time mothers in the Welcome to Parenthood-Alberta (W2P-AB) study.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51755
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