Research Unwrapped is a podcast series highlighting topics and research from the National Centre for Population Health & Wellbeing Research.
In this episode, Born in Wales researcher Hope Jones speaks to Sharon Jones (Lead Research Midwife) and Heather O’Shea (Infant Feeding Co-ordinator) from Swansea Bay University Health Board.
In the podcast, Hope chats to Sharon and Heather about what areas of maternal health they think are important to research and what research questions they would like answered.
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