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Clarke, Joanne L., Ingram, Jenny, Johnson, Debbie, Thomson, Gill, Trickey, Heather, Dombrowski, Stephan U., Sitch, Alice, Dykes, Fiona, Feltham, Max, MacArthur, Christine, Roberts, Tracy, Hoddinott, Pat and Jolly, Kate 2020. The ABA intervention for improving breastfeeding initiation and continuation: Feasibility study results. Maternal and Child Nutrition 16 (1) , e12907. 10.1111/mcn.12907

Brown, Amy, Finch, Gretel and Trickey, Heather 2019. Women face enough barriers to breastfeeding — incorrect medication advice should not be one of them. The Conversation 2019 (11 Apr)

Woollard, Fiona, Trickey, Heather, Buchanan, Phyll, Glowacka, Marta and Dennison, Laura 2019. Feeling good about how we feed our babies. [Online]. University of Southampton/Cardiff University. Available at:

Brown, Amy, Finch, Gretel, Trickey, Heather and Hopkins, Ruth 2019. ‘A lifeline when no one else wants to give you an answer’: An evaluation of the Breastfeeding Network drugs in breastmilk service. The Breastfeeding Network. Available at:

Brown, Amy and Trickey, Heather 2019. Understanding the impact of family and partner attitudes, experience and expectations upon breastfeeding. Practising Midwife 21 (11) , pp. 14-18.

Hennessy, M, Cullerton, K, Baker, P, Brown, A, Crawley, H, Hayes, C, Kearney, PM, Kelly, C, McKee, M, Mialon, M, Petticrew, M, Rundall, P, Trickey, Heather and White, M 2019. Time for complete transparency about conflicts of interest in public health nutrition research. HRB Open Research 2 (1) 10.12688/hrbopenres.12894.1

Trickey, HJ 2019. Gender stereotyping in childhood. Behavioural interventions with parents: three issues to consider. Presented at: Commission on Gender Stereotypes, Fawcett Society, 09 July 2019. -.

Trickey, Heather 2019. Infant feeding policy and peer support for a Welsh Context. Presented at: Launch of the All Wales Infant Feeding Action Plan, All Nations Centre, Cardiff, 19th March 2019. -.

Trickey, Heather 2019. What is this thing called ‘Breastfeeding Peer Support’ – and how does it work? Presented at: iLactation Online Conference, Online, March 2019. -.

Trickey, Heather, Murphy, Clare and Blaylock, Rebecca 2018. Introducing WRISK: drawing on women’s experiences to develop recommendations for public health messaging in pregnancy. [Online]. WRISK Project. Available at:

Trickey, Heather and Brown, Rachel 2018. Women need better information about drinking in pregnancy. [Online]. The Conversation: The Conversation. Available at:

Brown, Rachel and Trickey, Heather 2018. Devising and communicating public health alcohol guidance for expectant and new mothers: a scoping report. [Devising and communicating public health alcohol guidance for expectant and new mothers: a scoping report]. Alcohol Research UK website: Alcohol Research UK.

Trickey, Heather 2018. Infant feeding and a changing public health policy direction. [Online]. OurMilkyWay. Available at:

Phillips, Rhiannon, Copeland, Lauren, Grant, Aimee, Sanders, Julia, Gobat, Nina, Tedstone, Sally, Stanton, Helen, Merrett, Laura, Rollnick, Stephen, Robling, Michael, Brown, Amy, Hunter, Billie, Fitzsimmons, Deborah, Regan, Sian, Trickey, Heather and Paranjothy, Shantini 2018. Development of a novel motivational interviewing (MI) informed peer-support intervention to support mothers to breastfeed for longer. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 18 , 90. 10.1186/s12884-018-1725-1

Jolly, Kate, Ingram, Jenny, Clarke, Jo, Johnson, Debbie, Trickey, Heather, Thomson, Gill, Dombrowski, Stephan, Sitch, Alice, Dykes, Fiona, Feltham, Max, Darwent, Kirsty, MacArthur, Christine, Roberts, Tracy and Hoddinott, Pat 2018. Protocol for a feasibility trial for improving breast feeding initiation and continuation: assets-based infant feeding help before and after birth (ABA). BMJ Open 8 (1) , e019142. 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019142

Trickey, Heather 2018. Breastfeeding peer support: What works? [Online]. UNICEF Baby Friendly UK Website: UNICEF Baby Friendly UK. Available at:

Trickey, Heather, Thomson, Gill, Grant, Aimee, Sanders, Julia, Mann, Mala, Murphy, Simon and Paranjothy, Shantini 2018. A realist review of one-to-one breastfeeding peer support experiments conducted in developed country settings. Maternal & Child Nutrition 14 (1) , e12559. 10.1111/mcn.12559

Trickey, Heather 2018. Theorising breastfeeding peer support as intervention in a complex ecological system: lessons for implementation and evaluation in a Welsh context. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Trickey, Heather 2018. What sorts of breastfeeding peer support interventions should we be developing? Presented at: Breastfeeding Network Annual Conference, Birmingham, 6 October 2018. -.

Paranjothy, Shantini, Copeland, Lauren, Merrett, Laura, Grant, Aimee, Phillips, Rhiannon, Gobat, Nina, Sanders, Julia, Fitzsimmons, Deborah, Hunter, Billie, Regan, Sian, Playle, Rebecca, Brown, Amy, Tedstone, Sally, Trickey, Heather and Robling, Michael 2017. A novel peer-support intervention using motivational interviewing for breastfeeding maintenance: a UK feasibility study. Health Technology Assessment 21 (77) 10.3310/hta21770

Trickey, Heather 2017. Breastfeeding peer support: lessons for design. Perspective 37

Trickey, Heather 2017. ITV Wales Studio Expert for lead six o'clock news item on low breastfeeding rates in Wales. ITV Wales.

Trickey, Heather 2017. Can we have better conversations about feeding? [Online]. UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Website: UNICEF UK. Available at:

Trickey, Heather 2017. Online expert: Q&A for parenting science gang. [Online]. Parenting Science Gang Website: Parenting Science Gang. Available at:

Trickey, Heather, Totelin, Laurence Marie Victoria and Sanders, Julia 2017. Nain, Mam and Me: Historical artefacts as prompts for reminiscence, reflection and conversation about feeding babies. A qualitative development study. Research for All 1 (1) , pp. 64-83. 10.18546/RFA.01.1.06

Trickey, Heather and Ashmore, Sue 2017. Infant feeding: changing the conversation. Infant 13 (1) , pp. 26-28.

Trickey, Heather and Gray, Helen 2017. Protecting babies in emergencies: Guidance is needed on infant and young child feeding for families in the UK affected by disasters and emergencies. [Online]. UNICEF Baby Friendly website: UNICEF Baby Friendly UK. Available at:

Trickey, Heather 2017. Developing a community-based breastfeeding intervention for low-income, low breastfeeding rate Welsh Communities. Presented at: Welsh Government Task and Finish Strategy Group, Cardiff, 10 November 2017.

Trickey, Heather 2016. Infant feeding: Changing the conversation - ecological thinking. Perspective 133

Trickey, Heather 2016. A brief excursion into critical realism (via the topic of breastfeeding peer support). Presented at: The 4th SCENE Symposium, Falun, Sweden, 26 August 2016.

Trickey, Heather 2016. Peer support: how do we know what works? Perspective 31 , pp. 44-49.

Trickey, Heather 2016. Beyond ‘choice’ … how might an ecological perspective change the terms of the infant feeding debate? Presented at: The Breastfeeding Dilemma Workshop, London, 23 March 2016.

Trickey, Heather 2016. Peer Support: What can the evidence tell us? (And what does it miss?). Presented at: Association of Breastfeeding Mothers, Annual Conference, Birmingham, 11 June 2016.

Trickey, Heather, Totelin, Laurence Marie Victoria and Sanders, Julia 2016. Mamgu, mam and me: feeding babies in Wales - now and then. Exhibition for the general public at Cardiff Story Museum. [Exhibition]. Cardiff Story Musuem , 5-6 November 2016.

Trickey, Heather, Totelin, Laurence Marie Victoria and Sanders, Julia 2015. Nain and Mam and me: Historical artefacts, social history and opening the conversation about infant feeding in Wales. [Blog]. Fferm Mathrafal, Meifod, Wales , 1-8 August 2015.

Trickey, Heather 2015. Interpreting and communicating the evidence for breastfeeding peer support. Presented at: Reserach Advisory Group NCT, St James's Hospital, London, October 2015.

Trickey, Heather 2015. A conceptual framework for breastfeeding peer support. Presented at: Research Advisory Comittee, King’s College London, UK, 21 October 2015.

Trickey, Heather and Plachcinski, Rachel 2015. Communicating and contextualising public health messages: what forms of information do new and expectant parents find helpful and respectful? Presented at: Drinking for Two: Alcohol Concern Cymru’s 2015 Conference, Cardiff, UK, 21 September 2015.

Trickey, Heather, Holland, Sally, Sanders, Julia and Tedstone, Sally 2015. Clarifying and communicating a conceptual framework for breastfeeding peer support interventions: are we talking about the same thing here? Presented at: Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Biocultural Perspectives, Grange over Sands, Cumbria, UK, 10-12 June 2015.

Trickey, Heather, Sanders, Julia and Totelin, Laurence Marie Victoria 2015. Nain and Mam and Me: historical artefacts, social history and opening the conversation about infant feeding in Wales. NCT Perspective 29 , pp. 33-34.

Trickey, Heather and Sanders, Julia 2015. Clarifying and communicating a conceptual framework for breastfeeding peer support interventions: what are the key components, how do we expect them to interact? [Conference abstract]. Maternal & Child Nutrition 11 (S2) , pp. 115-116.

Trickey, Heather 2014. Re-thinking our ideas about peers. The role of peer support. Presented at: ‘Peer Support for Breastfeeding – What next?, Hadyn Ellis Building, Cardiff University, Cardiff, 6th November 2014.

Trickey, Heather and Sanders, Julia 2014. Applying a realist lens to the evidence for breastfeeding peer support. Presented at: The 1st International Conference on Realist Approaches to Evaluation and Synthesis: Successes, Challenges, and the Road Ahead., Liverpool University, Liverpool, UK, 27-30 October 2014.

Trickey, Heather and Newburn, Mary 2014. Goals, dilemmas and assumptions in infant feeding education and support. Applying theory of constraints thinking tools to develop new priorities for action. Maternal & Child Nutrition 10 (1) , pp. 72-941. 10.1111/j.1740-8709.2012.00417.x

Trickey, Heather 2014. Complexity thinking in public health. Presented at: Developing Complex Public Health Interventions, Cardiff, Wales, 25-27 June 2014.

Trickey, Heather 2013. Peer support for breastfeeding continuation: an overview of research. Perspective - NCT's journal on preparing parents for birth and early parenthood (21) , pp. 15-20.

Brown, R. and Trickey, Heather 2013. Does the Welsh political climate make it easier to 'do' good public health? Presented at: Wales: Doing Things Differently, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 15 November 2013.

Trickey, Heather and Newburn, Mary 2013. Research unwrapped: Goals assumptions and dilemmas in infant feeding education and support. The Practicing Midwife 16 (9) , pp. 50-53. 10.1111/j.1740-8709.2012.00417.x

Trickey, Heather 2013. Infant feeding support: The NCT journey. Presented at: All Wales Midwifery Forum, Royal College of Midwifery, Cardiff, UK, March 2013.

Trickey, Heather 2013. Could complex adaptive systems thinking reach the parts infant feeding policy is not reaching? Applying key concepts to policy making in Wales? [Conference Abstract]. Maternal and Child Nutrition 9 (Sup. 3) , pp. 29-30.

Thomson, Gill and Trickey, Heather 2013. What works for breastfeeding peer support - time to get real. European Medical Journal: Gynaecology and Obstetrics 2013 (1) , pp. 15-22.

Trickey, Heather 2013. Thinking ecologically about infant feeding policy in Wales. Presented at: Healthier, Happier, Fairer Communities: Welsh Public Health Conference, Cardiff, UK, 10-11 October 2013.

Trickey, Heather 2012. Proactive breastfeeding counselling support - a contradiction in terms? Thinking about opportunities and challenges. Presented at: NCT Breastfeeding Counsellor's Forum, Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK, September 2012.

Trickey, Heather 2012. Delivering best practice in peer support: a realist approach to intervention design. Presented at: NCT Research Advisory Group, NCT, London, UK, April 2012.

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