Feeding Research

We are delighted to share our first SUCCEED research paper, published in September 2020 in the journal Child: Health Care and Development!

2020

Parenting children who are enterally fed: How families go from surviving to thriving

Citation and Link

Hopwood, N, Elliot, C, Moraby, K, Dadich, A. Parenting children who are enterally fed: How families go from surviving to thriving. Child Care Health Dev. 2020; 46: 741– 748. https://doi.org/10.1111/cch.12808

Short Abstract

This novel account of tools used to resolve dilemmas provides an empirically and theoretically grounded basis for supporting parents to thrive despite the challenges of enteral feeding. Specifically, it can guide information given to help parents anticipate and cope with dilemmas arising from enteral feeding.

Other Research

These other reputable sites will provide other reliable information.  Always check with your child health nurse or doctor if you have any questions about your child’s feeding:

RaisingChildren.net.au

Introducing Solid Food when there are concerns about Allergy

Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network Feeding Factsheets