Investigating the risk factors and safer sleeping practices associated with sudden infant death syndrome
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Investigating the risk factors and safer sleeping practices associated with sudden infant death syndrome

Vari Drennan Professor of healthcare and policy research, St George’s University of London and Kingston University, London

The risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is known to be reduced by safer sleeping practices, including placing infants on their back to sleep. While there have been major campaigns to ensure parents are aware, it is not known how successful these have been or whether the knowledge levels have been sustained.

Primary Health Care. 28, 2, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.2.12.s10

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