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Publication name: Exploration of the information support needs of parents
Date: 02 July 2012
Description: This research was carried out by Children in Scotland on behalf of NHS Health Scotland and was completed in May 2012. The aim of this research was to explore the information support experiences, needs and preferences of parents with young children, especially very young children, living in Scotland and focused on 3 specific groups, (1) fathers (2) young parents and (3) parents with literacy issues. This exploration included how parents obtained information and support in relation to both parenting, in general, and child health issues, in particular. It is the companion to the report that was published in 2010 that explored the information support needs of parents from the perspective of practitioners who advocate on their behalf.
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