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"Bath Time" DVD – Pilot Study

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Over recent decades, academia has amassed significant amounts of data and evidence on the effects of nurturing on the physical, emotional, and social development of infants.

However, little of this information is available in ways that are accessible to new parents. Unless new parents are able to access and integrate the new information, none of the research information generated will be able to affect the well-being of our children. For knowledge translation to occur, the information must be presented in accessible language and style, at the right time, and using the right medium. 

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