Ms Heather Trickey
Academic peer reviewed papers and books
Trickey H, Moore L, Sanders J, Newburn M. Could complex adaptive systems thinking reach the parts infant feeding policy is not reaching? Applying key concepts to policy making in Wales? Maternal and Child Nutrition (2013), 9 (Suppl. 3), pp. 29-30 (conference abstract)
Trickey, H. and Newburn, M. (2012), 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. doi: 10.1111/j.1740-8709.2012.00417.x
Loedemel, I., and Trickey H. (eds) (2000). An offer you can’t refuse. Bristol, Policy Press.
Trickey, H., Turton, P., Sharp, D., Harvey, I., Wilcock, G. (2000). Dementia and the over-75 check: The role of the primary care nurse. Health and social care in the community. Vol. 8:1 9-16.
Trickey, H., Harvey, I., Wilcock, G., and Sharp, D. (1998). Formal consensus and consultation: A qualitative method for guideline development. Quality in Health Care. Volume 7; Issue 4, 192-199
Practitioner/ commissioner focused publications and reports relevant to PhD research
Trickey, H. (forthcoming, 2013) Evidence overview: peer support for breastfeeding continuation. NCT Perspective.
Trickey H and Newburn M (2013) Research Unwrapped: Goals assumptions and dilemmas in infant feeding education and support.The Practicing Midwife Volume 16, Number 9, October 2013 , pp. 50-52(3) http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/mesl/tpm/2013/00000016/00000009/art00014
Wise, P., Trickey, H. and Dodds, R. (2013) NCT antenatal breastfeeding preparation: a look at the evidence Perspective (March 2013) http://www.nct.org.uk/sites/default/files/related_documents/Wise%20NCT%20antenatal%20breastfeeding%20preparation-%20a%20look%20at%20the%20evidence%20pp11-12%20Mar13_0.pdf
Trickey, H and Neil, H. (2011). Promoting positive experiences. NCT values and infant feeding. Perspective 12 9-10. https://www.nct.org.uk/sites/default/files/related_documents/Trickey%20Promoting%20positive%20experiences%20p9%20Dec11.pdf
Trickey, H. and Newburn, M. (2011). Supporting mothers’ decisions and protecting breastfeeding. Perspective 11, 9-10
Trickey, H., Allmark, H., Dodds, R., Figueras, J., Neil, H., Newburn, M., Werkmeister, G. and Wise, P. (2011). NCT values and approaches to infant feeding support: A message framework. NCT, London.
Trickey, H. and Jenkins, H. (2010). Welsh Assembly Government’s Breastfeeding Welcome Scheme. Volunteer Experiences Report. NCT, London.
Presentations relevant to PhD research
Trickey H. (10-11 October 2013). Thinking ecologically about infant feeding policy in Wales. Welsh Public Health Conference, Millenium Centre Cardiff
Trickey H. (June 2013). Normalising breastfeeding: could complex systems thinking reach the parts that policy is not reaching? Presented at MAINN conference ‘Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood’, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria
Trickey, H. (April 2013). Ecological approaches to normalising breastfeeding Paper Presented to NCT Research Advisory Group, NCT, London.
Trickey, H. (March, 2013) 'Examining goals, assumptions and dilemmas in infant feeding support: The NCT journey'. All Wales Midwifery Forum, Royal College of Midwifery, Cardiff.
Trickey, H. (September 2012) Normalising breastfeeding: Could complex systems concepts reach the parts infant feeding policy hasn’t reached? Paper presented at Cardiff University interdisciplinary graduate conference ‘Understanding Complex Systems’, Cardiff Business School.
Trickey, H. (September 2012) Proactive breastfeeding counselling support - a contradiction in terms? Thinking about opportunities and challenges. Paper presented at NCT Breastfeeding Counsellor’s forum, Birmingham University.
Trickey, H. (April 2012). Delivering best practice in peer support: A realist approach to intervention design. Paper Presented to NCT Research Advisory Group, NCT, London.
Trickey, H. (June 2011). Exploring unresolved problems in infant feeding support. Presented at MAINN conference ‘Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood’, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria.