Selected papers on the uses of the NBO

McManus, B., Blanchard, Y., Singer, J., Murphy, N., Nugent, J. K. (2018).

The NBO improves Maternal Mental Health and Infant Attention and Social Skills. Presented at the International Conference “Celebrating Berry Brazelton and the Work he Inspires”,

Meyer Children’s Hospital, Florence, May 2018.

Shah, Tawali (2018).

The Effects of the NBO on breastfeeding mothers with high levels of perinatal maternal anxiety. Presented at the International Conference “Celebrating Berry Brazelton and the Work he Inspires”,

Marina Aguiar Pires Guimarães, Claudia Regina Lindgren Alves,
Ana Amélia Cardoso, Márcia Gomes Penido, Lívia de Castro Magalhães (2017)

Hawthorne, J. & Nicolau (2017).

Health Professionals’ use of the Newborn Behavioural Observations (NBO) system: benefits and opportunities for integration into practice.

Nugent, J. K. Dym-Bartlett, J., Vonende, A., Valim, C. (2017).

The Effects of the Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) system on Sensitivity of Mother-Infant Interactions.

Grove, R., Braarud, H. C., Slinning, K. (2016).

Feasibility and Acceptability of the Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) system in well-baby clinics.

Appleton, J., Nickell, I., Nicolau, S. (2016)

EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF PREPARATION FOR HEALTH VISITORS PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE NBO (NEWBORN BEHAVIOURAL OBSERVATIONS) TRAINING ON LATER USE WITH FAMILIES.

Magalhaes, L., Dittz, E., Guimaraes, M. A. P., Lindgren Alves, C. (2016).

Newborn Behavioral Observation as relationships building tool In Brazil: the perspective of mothers and professionals.

Nugent, J .K. (2015).

The Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) System as a Form of Intervention and Support for New Parents.

McManus, B. (2015).

Integration of the Newborn Behavioral Observations (NBO) System into Care Settings for High-Risk Newborns.