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We present information on men, equality, and fatherhood in Europe.

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published January 17th 2007
last updated January 17th 2007

Learning to teach the transition to fatherhood

Transitions hold great learning potentials, and the transition from manhood to fatherhood is no exception. The benefits are multiple – both for the father-to-be, the child and the partner. But realising this potential requires further research into how best to design, run and evaluate male-only programmes and sessions.

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published January 17th 2007
last updated January 17th 2007

Towards better communication between health professionals and fathers

Services for assisting men in their role as fathers are still not well developed enough. This is mainly due to a lack of understanding of fatherhood issues and a need for greater skills of intervention. Fatherhood specific communication and services are needed to support men's transition to fatherhood – both in terms of men’s specific needs and occasional difficulties during this profound change in their lives.

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published January 17th 2007
last updated January 17th 2007

Future research projects a catalogue of ideas

Men, fathers and the issue of fatherhood is underrepresented in all aspects of child related research. It does not reflect changes in men's understanding of themselves as fathers and the psychological, sociological, economic and health related effects of these changes. This article maps the need for future research projects.

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