Please find below recent publications from the Hartmann Human Lactation Research Group or search keywords to find the relevant publication.
Practice-based interpretation of ultrasound studies leads the way to more effective clinical support and less pharmaceutical and surgical intervention for breastfeeding infants
Midwifery 58: 145-155 (2018) | External Link
Observations on the health of infants at a time of rapid societal change: a longitudinal study from birth to fifteen months in Abu Dhabi
BMC Pediatrics 18:32: 1-9 (2018) | External Link
Gastric emptying of different meal volumes of identical composition in preterm infants, a time series analysis
Pediatric Research Online Edition 1-6 (2017) | External Link
Relationships between Breastfeeding Patterns and Maternal and Infant Body Composition over the First 12 Months of Lactation
Nutrients 10, 45: 1-26 (2018) | External Link
Characterisation of sucking dynamics of breastfeeding preterm infants: a cross sectional study
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 17: 386 (2017) | Download
Changes in Fatty Acid Composition of Human Milk in Response to Cold-Like Symptoms in the Lactating Mother and Infant
Nutrients 9: 1034 (2017) | Download | External Link
Immune Components in Human Milk are Associated with Early Infant Immunological Health Outcomes: A Prospective Three-Country Analysis.
Nutrients 9(6): 532 (2017) | External Link
The relationship of human milk leptin and macronutrients with gastric emptying in term breastfed infants
Pediatric Research DOI:10.1038/pr.2017.79: (2017) | External Link
Associations Between Maternal Body Composition and Appetite Hormones and Macronutrients in Human Milk
Nutrients 9, 252: (2017) | Download
A retrospective audit of bacterial culture results of donated human milk in Perth, Western Australia.
Early Human Development. 105: 1-6 (2017) | External Link