Playfair Library, Old College, The University of Edinburgh June 13th WAIMH Precongress "Brazelton Day"
(Chair for the morning sessions: Maggie Redshaw (UK)
|8:00 AM||Sign In|
Jane Barlow, President AIMH (UK) and Joanna Hawthorne (Brazelton Centre, UK)
|8:30-9:00||Today's theme: Keeping the baby in focus - the NBAS and NBO in infant mental health
J. Kevin Nugent, Joanna Hawthorne, Betty Hutchon
|9:00-9:30||Keynote address: Looking back at Berry Brazelton's contribution to the practice of infant mental health
Colwyn Trevarthen (Scotland)
|9:30-9:50||Using the NBO to support the infant-parent relationship with very sick babies
Campbell Paul (Australia)
|9:50-10:10||Supporting early relationships - the Norwegian model
Kari Slinning (Norway)
|10:10-10:30||From imitation to conversation
Emese Nagy (Scotland)
|11:00-11:20||Understanding preterm infant behavior
Heidelise Als (USA)
|11:20-11:40||The Touchpoints Approach
Joshua Sparrow (USA)
|11:40-12:00||The research challenge and clinical practice
Beth McManus (USA)
|12:00-12:20 PM||The birth of love
Nadia Bruschweiler-Stern (Switzerland)
|12:20-12:40||Translating concepts from neurobiology into interventions with infants and families
Kristie Brandt (USA)
|12:40-1:00||Looking towards the future: Pointers from perinatal neuroscience
Topun Austin (UK)
(Chair for the afternoon sessions: Lise Johnson, USA)
Guided Walk-Through NBO and NBAS Poster Session
(As of May 2, 2014)
Effectiveness of the NBO as a nursing intervention with Japanese parents experiencing breastfeeding difficulties (Japan)
Challenges in the neurobehavioral assessment of the newborn infant (Portugal) Miguel Barbosa, Univ of Lisboa, Portugal
The process of observation and positive affirmation using the Newborn Behavioural Observation (NBO) system facilitated a 3 month old to become more engaged with her mother (UK).
Using the NBO with infants treated for congenital heart defects (USA) Jayne Singer, Boston Children's Hospital, USA
Introducing courses for practitioners in the Neonatal Behavioural Observations (NBO) to the UK: Process and outcomes (UK).
Reliability and validity of the Newborn Behavioral Observation (NBO) system to identify newborn neurobehaviors. (USA)
Evaluating the Neonatal Behavioural Observations system (NBO) in the United Kingdom and abroad for efficacy and effectiveness as a child survival strategy (UK).
The effects of the NBO on physical and neurological development of High- Risk infants in China
Introducing the Newborn Behavioural Observation into a Maternity Hospital: the Power of Babies Meeting Their Mothers and Fathers (Australia)
Exploring individual differences with the NBAS (UK)
The effects of an Infant-focused family-centered hospital and home visiting Intervention on reducing symptoms of postpartum maternal depression (USA).
The Baby as a person not a patient: Using the NBO in pediatric primary care (Spain)
The effects of the Neonatal Behavioral Observation (NBO) on parent perception and enhancement of the infant relationship (UK)
Using the Newborn Behavior Observation (NBO) in an urban Early Intervention Program with at-risk infants. (USA)
Using a single-case approach to inform effectiveness-studies of NBO for parents of prematurely born infants within the NICU-environment (Norway)
Touchpoints and Family-Centered Care (USA)
Supporting parents on the neonatal unit on discharge using the NBAS (UK) Rita Al-Minyawi, Rosie Hospital NICU, Cambridge, England and Joanna Hawthorne, Brazelton Centre in Great Britain Babies surviving domestic abuse: observing neurodevelopmental (using the NBAS) and attachment pathways from foetus to infant (UK). Angela Lisa McLaughlin, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Fathers and Infants: A different dyad (USA)
NBO training increases confidence in practitioners' recognition of newborns' cues (UK)
The relationship between newborn state regulation and temperament at four months (USA)
The Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale as an intervention for enhancing caregiver responsiveness, involvement, confidence, and satisfaction: A Systematic Review of Studies Published between 1973 and 2013 (UK).
Evaluation of the clinical use of the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) (Switzerland).
The Brazelton Way: Embedding the Brazelton in Parent Infant Mental Health Services' (UK)
Meeting Your Baby: A typology of how first-time mothers look at their newborns (Aus).
Promoting the parent-infant relationship: Using NBO in the neonatal
unit to improve infant communication and parent understanding (UK).
An intervention based on the NBAS positively affects preterm children (Norway).
|4:30-6:00||Forum: Looking towards the Future
(Moderators: J. Kevin Nugent and Joanna Hawthorne)
Eileen Hayes (UK), Hui Li (China), Beth McManus (US), Campbell Paul (Aus), Susan Pawlby (UK), Maggie Redshaw (UK), Kari Slinning (Nor), Colwyn Trevarthen (UK), Debbie Weatherston (USA)