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Paternal perinatal depression and anxiety is a common, though under-recognized mental health condition experienced by men during their transition to fatherhood. An opportunity to screen for paternal mental health issues occurs when parents present for assistance with the care of their baby at early parenting services (EPSs). There are 10 EPSs located across… (More)
AIM To highlight from a doctoral student's perspective some of the unexpected and challenging issues that may arise when collecting data in a complex, qualitative study. BACKGROUND Using a qualitative approach to undertaking a PhD requires commitment to the research topic, the acquisition of a variety of research skills and the development of expertise in… (More)
For the majority of men, becoming a father is a time of joy that enhances their personal growth and wellbeing. However, similar to the experience of some women, this time can be overwhelming when adjusting to the necessary demands of parenthood and can undermine men's mental health.