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Long-term impact of techniques used to manage sleep disturbance in the under-5s: a rapid systematic review

Long-term impact of techniques used to manage sleep disturbance in the under-5s: a rapid systematic review
Long-term impact of techniques used to manage sleep disturbance in the under-5s: a rapid systematic review
Behavioural insomnia is common in under-fives and modified extinction interventions are the recommended treatment. There is contention regarding whether techniques that promote ignoring a child’s distress causes potential damage to infant mental health and the mother-child bond. A rapid review of the literature was undertaken to explore the association between use of behavioural interventions and infant mental health, and/or maternal mental health and/or parent-child attachment. Three themes were identified from the literature; (1) the impact of behavioural interventions on infant and maternal mental health, (2) behavioural interventions and maternal mood and/or stress, (3)J parental perceptions of behavioural interventions on their child and themselves. The key recommendations and implications for practice are explored and clarified.
2050-8719
180-194
Mancz, Gilly
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Wigley, Wendy
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Mancz, Gilly
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Wigley, Wendy
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Mancz, Gilly and Wigley, Wendy (2019) Long-term impact of techniques used to manage sleep disturbance in the under-5s: a rapid systematic review. Journal of Health Visiting, 7 (4), 180-194.

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Behavioural insomnia is common in under-fives and modified extinction interventions are the recommended treatment. There is contention regarding whether techniques that promote ignoring a child’s distress causes potential damage to infant mental health and the mother-child bond. A rapid review of the literature was undertaken to explore the association between use of behavioural interventions and infant mental health, and/or maternal mental health and/or parent-child attachment. Three themes were identified from the literature; (1) the impact of behavioural interventions on infant and maternal mental health, (2) behavioural interventions and maternal mood and/or stress, (3)J parental perceptions of behavioural interventions on their child and themselves. The key recommendations and implications for practice are explored and clarified.

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Accepted/In Press date: 25 March 2019
Published date: 1 April 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 430833
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/430833
ISSN: 2050-8719
PURE UUID: 6165cadb-1235-4b71-ab19-ef6b758876b5
ORCID for Gilly Mancz: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5650-1208

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Date deposited: 15 May 2019 16:30
Last modified: 29 Nov 2019 01:21

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Author: Gilly Mancz ORCID iD
Author: Wendy Wigley

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