Systematic Literature Review Report for the National Child Safeguarding Practice Review into the Sudden Unexpected Death of Infants (SUDI) in families where the children are considered to be at risk of significant harm

Anna S Pease*, Joanna Garstang, Catherine Ellis, Debbie L Watson, Peter S Blair, Peter J Fleming

*Corresponding author for this work

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

This literature review was commissioned by the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel to investigate the evidence for how health professionals can best support parents with children considered to be at high risk of significant harm through abuse or neglect to ensure that safer sleep advice can be clearly understood and embedded in parenting practice. Therefore, this systematic review investigated three areas of the literature: interventions for improving the uptake of safer sleep advice in families with children considered to be at high risk for SUDI, interventions to improve engagement with support services in families with children considered to be at high risk of significant harm through abuse or neglect, and improving our understanding of the parental decision making processes for the infant sleep environment in families with children considered to be at high risk for SUDI.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyDepartment for Education
Number of pages73
Publication statusSubmitted - 30 Apr 2020

Structured keywords

  • Covid19

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