This blog started life as a Twitter thread, written as we watched the Parliamentary ‘debate’ on 8 March about breastfeeding support. Read and weep for women’s rights, autonomy and evidence-based healthcare policy!Continue reading “Parliament ‘Debates’ Breastfeeding Support”
How to conduct a biased survey: Firstly, ask loaded questions that preserve your key assumptions (in this case that breastfeeding ought to be encouraged and stopping or not starting is a bad thing). Secondly, distribute among groups who support your mission (e.g. breastfeeding advocacy groups).
These are the questions asked by MP Alison Thewliss in this survey to inform a debate in parliament on Tuesday 8 March:Continue reading “Tell MPs About Your Experience of Breastfeeding Support (and What You Think of This Biased Survey!)”