COSMOS Science City: Meet the Midwife

In this recorded episode of COSMOS Science City, our panel of researchers discuss issues relating to breastfeeding and nutrition, parental care, and the health care environment.

Cosmos Science City is a collaboration between Cosmos, SAHMRI and Adelaide’s three main tertiary institutions: the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia and Flinders University. The program is supported by Inspiring South Australia, making science visible.

Years

10-12

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Breastfeeding, nutrition and the healthcare environment.

In this recorded episode of COSMOS Science City, our panel of researchers discuss issues relating to breastfeeding and nutrition, parental care, and the health care environment.

Recorded during World Breastfeeding Week, the panel talk about their broad range of research interests including breastfeeding and preterm infants, pregnancy outcomes for women with obesity, digital health capabilities, and the importance of community education and advocates for women to be well-informed about how to take control of their own breast health.

Content in this discussion could be used to support educator professional learning or to further student knowledge, helping broaden understanding of the study and career pathways available to students once they have completed their secondary schooling journey.

 

More about Cosmos Science City

Cosmos Science City brings together Adelaide’s brightest scientists to hold lunchtime discussions with a live audience about issues of the day.

Hosted by one of Cosmos’s science journalists, the sessions aim to inspire curiosity in ‘The Science of Everything’ and make the world of science accessible to everyone.

Years:

10-12

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