Health Visitors' Perceptions of Their Role in Assessing Parent-Infant Relationships (Professional and Research: Peer Reviewed) (Report) - Community Practitioner

Health Visitors' Perceptions of Their Role in Assessing Parent-Infant Relationships (Professional and Research: Peer Reviewed) (Report)

By Community Practitioner

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-08-01
  • Book Genre: Health & Fitness
  • Author: Community Practitioner
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Background 'Attachment' describes the enduring connection that develops between infant and primary caregiver, characterised by a tendency to seek and maintain closeness to the caregiver, particularly during stressful situations (Bowlby, 1988).

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