Affiliation: University of Aberdeen
- Lay support for breastfeedingPat Hoddinott
Br J Gen Pract 56:461-2. 2006
- Health professionals, implementation and outcomes: reflections on a complex intervention to improve breastfeeding rates in primary carePat Hoddinott
Centre for Rural Health, Aberdeen University, The Greenhouse, Beechwood Business Park North, Inverness, Scotland
Fam Pract 24:84-91. 2007....
- A systematic review of measures assessing mothers' knowledge, attitudes, confidence and satisfaction towards breastfeedingJulie A Chambers
Department of Psychology, University of Stirling, FK9 4LA, UK
Breastfeed Rev 15:17-25. 2007..There has been a tendency to develop new measures rather than evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of existing measures, particularly in different populations...
- Breast feedingPat Hoddinott
Centre for Rural Health, University of Aberdeen, Inverness IV2 3BL
BMJ 336:881-7. 2008
- Incentives as connectors: insights into a breastfeeding incentive intervention in a disadvantaged area of North-West EnglandGill Thomson
Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE, UK
BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 12:22. 2012..The Star Buddies service employs breastfeeding peer supporters to support women across the ante-natal, intra-partum and post-partum period...
- Group interventions to improve health outcomes: a framework for their design and deliveryPat Hoddinott
Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen, Health Sciences Building, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD, UK
BMC Public Health 10:800. 2010..abstract:..
- Seeing other women breastfeed: how vicarious experience relates to breastfeeding intention and behaviourPat Hoddinott
Public Health Nutrition Research Group, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK
Matern Child Nutr 6:134-46. 2010..02). Positive attitudes to recently seen breastfeeding are more important determinants of feeding intention than age of first seeing breastfeeding, the relationship to the person seen and seeing breastfeeding in the media...
- Why do interventions work in some places and not others: a breastfeeding support group trialPat Hoddinott
Public Health Nutrition Research Group, University of Aberdeen, Polwarth Building, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB252ZD, United Kingdom
Soc Sci Med 70:769-78. 2010..More attention should be given to the complex systems within which policies and interventions occur, to identify and understand the favourable conditions necessary for a successful intervention...
- Effectiveness of policy to provide breastfeeding groups (BIG) for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers in primary care: cluster randomised controlled trialPat Hoddinott
Centre for Rural Health, University of Aberdeen, Centre for Health Science, Inverness IV2 3JH
BMJ 338:a3026. 2009..To assess the clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of a policy to provide breastfeeding groups for pregnant and breastfeeding women...
- Recruitment issues when primary care population clusters are used in randomised controlled clinical trials: climbing mountains or pushing boulders uphill?Pat Hoddinott
Centre for Rural Health, University of Aberdeen, The Green House, Beechwood Business Park North, Inverness IV2 3BL, Scotland, UK
Contemp Clin Trials 28:232-41. 2007..Recruitment could be facilitated if health service managers were committed to supporting peer reviewed, funded and ethics committee approved research at national level...
- One-to-one or group-based peer support for breastfeeding? Women's perceptions of a breastfeeding peer coaching interventionPat Hoddinott
Pat Hoddinott is Senior Clinical Research Fellow at The Centre For Rural Health, Aberdeen University, Inverness, Scotland
Birth 33:139-46. 2006..This study reports qualitative data about participants' perceptions of the coaching intervention. The aim was to investigate why group-based peer support was more popular than one-to-one peer support...
- Effectiveness of a breastfeeding peer coaching intervention in rural ScotlandPat Hoddinott
The Centre For Rural Health, Aberdeen University, Inverness, UK
Birth 33:27-36. 2006..Our primary aim was to assess whether group-based and one-to-one peer breastfeeding coaching improves breastfeeding initiation and duration...
- Sickness certification system in the United Kingdom: qualitative study of views of general practitioners in ScotlandSusan Hussey
Research and Development Office NHS Highland, The Greenhouse, Beechwood Business Park North, Inverness IV2 3ED
BMJ 328:88. 2004..To explore how general practitioners operate the sickness certification system, their views on the system, and suggestions for change...
- A serial qualitative interview study of infant feeding experiences: idealism meets realismPat Hoddinott
Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK
BMJ Open 2:e000504. 2012..To investigate the infant feeding experiences of women and their significant others from pregnancy until 6 months after birth to establish what would make a difference...