Since our formation in 2017, we have the following achievements –
Hocking, J., Hull, N., & Smith, J. P. (2019). ABSTRACT Creating change for breastfeeding: The World Breastfeeding Trend Initiative. Women and Birth, 32, S31.
Hocking, J., Smith, J., Hull, N., & Peterson, M. (2018). Never mind the Trump Administration, Australia’s record on breastfeeding doesn’t rate so highly Croaky Online Health Journal, published . Retrieved from https://rsph.anu.edu.au/news-events/news/never-mind-trump-administration-australia%E2%80%99s-record-breastfeeding-doesn%E2%80%99t-rate-so
Hull, N., Smith, J., Peterson, M., & Hocking, J. (2018). Putting Australia to the test — The World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative. Breastfeeding Review, 26(2), 7-15.
Hull, N., & Smith, J. P. (2019). ABSTRACT ‘Using a gender analysis of the World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative to prioritize advocacy work: The case of Australia, . Journal of Human Lactation, 35, 611.
Hull, N., Smith, J. P., Hocking, J., Peterson, M., Salmon, L., Hansson, D., . . . Australia, W. (2018). World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative Assessment Report: Australia Retrieved from New Delhi: http://worldbreastfeedingtrends.org/country-report-wbti/
Maree, J., Smith, J. P., Hull, N., & Hocking, J. (2019). Breastfeeding training – why health professionals aren’t getting enough. Retrieved from https://croakey.org/breastfeeding-training-why-health-professionals-arent-getting-enough/.
Smith, J. P. (2018). Gender responsive budgeting and breastfeeding policies: insights from the Asia-Pacific region. Essence, 55(1), September.
Smith, J. P., Stewart, M., Costa, M., & Hull, N. (2018). ANU Gender Institute Report: Gender responsive budgeting and breastfeeding policies: insights from the Asia-Pacific region. Retrieved from ANU Gender Institute: http://genderinstitute.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/docs/2018_docs/APIP_workshopreport_28-11-17%20for%20ANU%20GI.pdf
Hull, N., Smith, J., Peterson, M., & Hocking, J. (2018). Putting Australia to the test – the World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative. Breastfeeding Review, 26(2), 7–15. https://search.informit.org/doi/10.3316/ielapa.816284595420285
- Australian Breastfeeding Association Qld Branch 2018
- Australian Breastfeeding Association Tasmania Branch 2018
- Public Health Association of Australia National Conference 2018
- Lactation Consultants of Australia and New Zealand Conference 2018
- Food Futures Conference (PHAA Nutrition conference) in November 2018
- Australian Breastfeeding Association Victoria Branch 2019
- Breastfeeding and Feminism Conference 2019 North Carolina, USA
- WADEM Congress in Brisbane 2019
- Australian College of Midwives Canberra 2019
- Lactation Consultants of Australia and New Zealand Seminar Sydney 2019
Australian National Breastfeeding Strategy – the WBTiAUS report results were included in the final document.
Comment was made to the Public Health Association of Australia’s submission on obesity to the Senate committee. The PHAA then included in the importance of breastfeeding in obesity risk reduction in their final submission.
Submission made to Federal Women’s Health Strategy consultation and commented on the Public Health Association’s submission. This resulted in the draft going from zero mention of breastfeeding, to breastfeeding being included in the final strategy document.
PHAA National Conference 2018 Best Advocacy and Leadership abstract.