Published on in Vol 19 , No 10 (2017) :October What Do Men Want in a Website Designed to Promote Emotional Wellness and Healthy Behaviors During the Transition to Parenthood? What Do Men Want in a Website Designed to Promote Emotional Wellness and Healthy Behaviors During the Transition to Parenthood? What Do Men Want in a Website Designed to Promote Emotional Wellness and Healthy Behaviors During the Transition to Parenthood?


  1. Oliffe J, Black N, Yiu J, Flannigan R, McCreary D, Goldenberg S. Mapping Canadian Men’s Recent and Intended Health Behavior Changes Through the Don’t Change Much Electronic Health Program. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(5):e16174 View
  2. Stevenson E, Cebert M, Silva S. Stress and Anxiety in Couples Who Conceive via In Vitro Fertilization Compared With Those Who Conceive Spontaneously. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 2019;48(6):635 View
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  4. Mackert M, Guadagno M, Lazard A, Donovan E, Rochlen A, Garcia A, Damásio M, Crook B. Engaging Men in Prenatal Health via eHealth: Findings From a National Survey. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e7 View
  5. Handberg C, Myrup P, Højberg A. “I was worried about not being good enough”. Experiences and perspectives on pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood when living with a neuromuscular disorder – an exploration of everyday life challenges. Disability and Rehabilitation 2020:1 View
  6. Lee K. Short and Sweet: A commentary on short sleep duration and hyperglycemia in pregnancy. Sleep Medicine Reviews 2018;40:28 View
  7. White B, Giglia R, White J, Dhaliwal S, Burns S, Scott J. Gamifying Breastfeeding for Fathers: Process Evaluation of the Milk Man Mobile App. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2019;2(1):e12157 View
  8. Ge B, Wan S, Li H, Shen Q, Wang W, MO Y, Kelly B, Wang J. Studying perceived needs for information on maternal and infant health care in the puerperium period among fathers of newborns in China. Midwifery 2019;78:32 View
  9. Bäckström C, Larsson T, Thorstensson S. How partners of pregnant women use their social networks when preparing for childbirth and parenthood: A qualitative study. Nordic Journal of Nursing Research 2021;41(1):25 View
  10. Fletcher R, Knight T, Macdonald J, StGeorge J. Process evaluation of text-based support for fathers during the transition to fatherhood (SMS4dads): mechanisms of impact. BMC Psychology 2019;7(1) View
  11. Sacristan-Martin O, Santed M, Garcia-Campayo J, Duncan L, Bardacke N, Fernandez-Alonso C, Garcia-Sacristan G, Garcia-Sacristan D, Barcelo-Soler A, Montero-Marin J. A mindfulness and compassion-based program applied to pregnant women and their partners to decrease depression symptoms during pregnancy and postpartum: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2019;20(1) View
  12. Onyeze-Joe C, Godin I. Experiences, views and needs of first-time fathers in pregnancy-related care: a qualitative study in south-East Nigeria. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2020;20(1) View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hagger M, Hamilton K. Pathways and Barriers to Parenthood. View