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Alder, E. M., Wallace, L. M., and Dunn, O. M. (2003) Infant feeding choices: a psychological explanation? Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology (21), 239-240.

Choudhry, K. & Wallace, L.M. (2012) 'Breast is not always best': South Asian women's experiences of infant feeding in the UK within an acculturation framework. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 8 (1): 72-87. Doi: 10.1111/j.1740-8709.2010.00253 .

Inch, S., Law, S. and Wallace, L,. (2004) "Hands Off!" The Breastfeeding Best Start Project (1). Midwifery Best Practice, Wickham, S (ed). vol 4 (4) section 7.4. Elsevier.

Inch, S., Law, S. and Wallace, L. (2003) "Hands Off!" The Breastfeeding Best Start Project (1)." The Practising Midwife 6(10): 17-19.

Inch, S., Law, S. and Wallace, L., (2003) "Hands Off!" The Breastfeeding Best Start Project (2)." The Practising Midwife 6(11): 23-25.

Inch, S., Law, S., Wallace, L. M., Hills, R. K. (2003) Confusion surrounding the breastfeeding terms "positioning" and "attachment". British Journal of Midwifery. 11, 3, 148.

Kosmala-Anderson, J., Wallace, L. M. (2006) Breastfeeding works: The role of employers in supporting women who wish to breastfeed and work. Journal of Public Health, 28, 183-191.

Kosmala-Anderson, J., Wallace, L.M. (2006). National Breastfeeding Training Needs Survey Training needs of health service, Sure Start and voluntary sector workers who support breastfeeding mothers. Survey conducted in England. Therapeutic Review, 1. URL: http://www.ptt-terapia.pl/~ptt/przeglad/numer01.htm

Law, S. M., Dunn, O. M., Wallace, L. M., Inch, S. A., Brown, V. (2004) Is midwives’ knowledge of attachment and positioning really improved after training? Mapping New Horizons: politics and change – RCM Annual Conference Handbook pp 67-68.

Law, S., Dunn, O.M., Wallace, L.M., Inch, S.A. (2007). Breastfeeding Best Start study: training midwives in a 'hands off' positioning and attachment intervention. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 3, 194-205.

MacFadden, A., Renfrew, J., Wallace, L.M., Dykes, F., Abbott, S., Burt, S. and Kosmala-Anderson, J. Does breastfeeding really matter? A national multidisciplinary breastfeeding knowledge and skills assessment. MIDDIRS (in press)

McFadden, A., Renfrew, M.J., Wallace, L.M., et al (2007). Does breastfeeding really matter? A national multidisciplinary breastfeeding knowledge and skills assessment. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 17, 85-88.

Renfrew MJ, Dyson L, Wallace L, D’Souza L, McCormick F, Spiby H (2005) Breastfeeding for longer: what works? Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 125 (2) 62-63.

Renfrew, M. J., Dyson, L., Wallace, L. M., D’Souza, L., McCormick, F., Spiby, H. (2005) The effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the duration of breastfeeding: systematic reviews of the evidence. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. London.

Renfrew, M. J., McFadden, A., Dykes, F., Wallace, L. M., Abbott, S., Burt, S. and Kosmala-Anderson, J. (2006) Addressing the learning deficit: strategies for change: Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2, 239-244.

Renfrew, M. J., Wallace, L. M., D’Souza, L., McCormick, F., Spiby, H. and Dyson, L. (2004) The effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the duration of breastfeeding: systematic reviews of the evidence. Report to the Health Development Agency, July 2004.

Renfrew, M., Dyson, L., Wallace, L. M., D'Souza, L., McCormick, F. and Spiby, H. (2005) Breastfeeding for longer - what works? NICE, London.

Renfrew, M., Dyson, L., Wallace, L. M., D'Souza, L., McCormick, F. and Spiby, H. (2004) Breastfeeding for longer - what works? Health Development Agency, London.

Renfrew, M.J., Herbert, G., Wallace, L. M., Spiby, H., McFadden, A. (2007) Developing practice in breastfeeding. Maternal and Child Nutrition 2, 245-261.

Renfrew, M.J., Spiby, H., D’ Souza, L., Wallace, L.M., Dyson, L. and McCormick, F. Rethinking research in breastfeeding: How can we meet the targets when essential evidence is missing? Submitted to Public Health Nutrition (in press).

Shaw, R., Wallace, L., Cook, M., Phillips, A. (2004) Perceptions of the Breastfeeding Best Start Project. The Practising Midwife, 7 (1), 20-24.

Shaw, R.L., Wallace, L.M. and Bansal, M. (2003) Health Professionals’ Perceptions of Young Mothers and Young Women’s Experiences of Feeding their Babies: The Coventry Young Mothers Infant Feeding Study. Community Practitioner, 76, (8), 299-303.

Spiby, H., McCormick, F.M., Wallace, L., Renfrew, M.J., D'Souza, L., Dyson, L. (2009) A systematic review of education and evidence based practice interventions with health professionals and breastfeeding counsellors on duration of breastfeeding. Midwifery, 25 (10) 50-62.

Tennant, R., Wallace, L. M. & Law, S. (2006) Barriers to breastfeeding: a qualitative study of health professionals' views. Community Practitioner, 79, 152-156.

Wallace L.M. & Kosmala Anderson, J. (2006) A training needs survey of doctors' breastfeeding support skills in England. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2, 217-231.

Wallace L.M. & Kosmala-Anderson, J. (2007) Training needs survey of midwives, health visitors and voluntary sector breastfeeding support staff in England. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 3, 25-39.

Wallace, L. M. (2004) Targetting breastfeeding (editorial). Community Practitioner, 77, (4) p.160

Wallace, L. M. and Kosmala-Anderson, J. (2006) A training needs survey of doctors’ breastfeeding support skills in England. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2, 217-231.

Wallace, L. M., Dunn, O. M., Alder, E. M. Inch, S., Hills, R. K. & Law, S. M. (2006). A randomised controlled trial in England of a postnatal midwifery intervention on breastfeeding duration. Midwifery, 22(3), 262-273.

Wallace, L. M., Kosmala-Anderson, J. (2005) National breastfeeding training needs survey. Report for NICE’s public health collaborating centre in Maternal and Child Nutrition (Practice Development).

Wallace, L. M., Renfrew, J. (2006) Time to get serious about educating health professionals. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2, 193-195.

Wallace, L.M. - adviser to Renfrew, M.J., Craig, D. Dyson, L., McCormick, F., Rice, S. King, S.E., Misso, K., Stenhouse, E. & Williams, A.F. (2009) Breastfeeding promotion for infants in neonatal units: a systematic review and economic analysis. Health Technology Assessment. 13, No.40.

Wallace, L.M. & Kosmala-Anderson, J. (2007) Training needs survey of midwives, health visitors and voluntary sector breastfeeding support staff in England. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 3 , 25-39.

Wallace, L.M., Dunn, O.M., Alder, E.M., Inch, S., Hills, R. K. and Law, S. M. (2006) Breastfeeding Best Start randomized controlled trial of a midwifery intervention to promote the duration of breastfeeding in primiparous mothers in England. Midwifery, 22,262-273.

Wallace, L.M., Dunn, O.M., Law, S. & Bryce, C. (2009) Workbook versus Workshop: Testing a new method of delivering training for health visitors and midwives to achieve breastfeeding support knowledge and skills required to achieve UNICEF Baby Friendly standards. The Practicing Midwife, 12, (6) 47-49.

Wallace, L.M., Higman, W., Blake, K. & Anwar, K. (in press 2013) Assessing the knowledge and confidence to perform four evidence based practices in the neonatal unit - a case study of the use of the Neonatal Unit Clinician Assessment Tool (NUCAT). Neonatal Nursing Journal.

Wallace, L.M., Hughes, E., Law, S.M. & Joshi, P. (2011) Meeting the challenge of delivering high quality breastfeeding training for all. The Practicing Midwife, 14 (1), 20-22.

Wallace, L.M., Law, S.M., Joshi, P. & Hughes, E. (2011) An organisation-wide approach to training community practitioners in breastfeeding. Community Practitioner. Vol 84 (6) pp.31-34.

Weddig, J., Baker, S., Auld, G. & Horodynski, M. (2011) Improving Breastfeeding Initiation Practices Through Online Theory-Based Education: Professional Issue (page S119).