Protocol for the effectiveness evaluation of an antenatal, universally offered, and remotely delivered parenting programme ‘Baby Steps’ on maternal outcomes: a Born in Bradford’s Better Start (BiBBS) study.

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References: Mooney, K. E., Bywater, T., Dickerson, J., Richardson, G., Hou, B., Wright, J., & Blower, S. (2023). Protocol for the effectiveness evaluation of an antenatal, universally offered, and remotely delivered parenting programme ‘Baby Steps’ on maternal outcomes: a Born in Bradford’s Better Start (BiBBS) study. BMC public health, 23(1), 190.

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Kate E Mooney, Tracey Bywater, Josie Dickerson, Gerry Richardson, Bo Hou, John Wright, Sarah Blower

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