Roberta Hewat, PhD

Associate Professor Emerita

UBC School of Nursing
T201 2211 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6T 2B5

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Publications

Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed

Hanvey, L. Chalmers, B., Hewat, R., Fjeld, M., Levitt, C. & Sanders, M. (1998). Survey of breastfeeding support groups to assess the current status of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiaive/Baby-Friendly Initiative BFHI/BFI activities in Canada. Publication available from the Breastfeeding Committee for Canada.

Hewat, R.J. (1998). Research and breastfeeding. In J. Riordan & K. G. Auerbach (Eds.), Breastfeeding and Human Milk , 2nd Ed. (pp. 747-774). Boston: Jones & Bartlett Pub.

Elliott, M.R., Reilly, S.M., Drummond, J., & Hewat, R.J. (1994). Infant crying and soothing: Development of and results from a program of nursing research. In Proceedings, vol. 1, of the Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers WENR Oslo, Norway.

Hewat, R.J. (1993). Research and breastfeeding. In J. Riordan & K. G. Auerbach (Eds.), Breastfeeding and Human Milk. (pp. 573-595). Boston: Jones & Bartlett Pub.

Ellis D.J., Livingstone, V., & Hewat, R.J. (1993). Breastfeeding assessment: A case study approach. Journal of Human Lactation, 8(3), 10-14.

Hewat, R.J. & Elliott, M.R. (1992). Review of The Canadian Medical Association Complete Book of Mother & Baby Care. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 147(10), 1517-1518.

Hewat, R.J. (1992). The experience of living with an incessantly crying infant. Phenomenology and Pedagogy, 10, 160-171.

Hewat, R.J. (1991). Preparing mothers: Prenatal lactation assessment. British Columbia Medical Journal, 34(2), 88-90.

Hewat, R.J. (1987). Chapters: Prenatal preparation for breastfeeding (pp. 22-25); Lactation and breastfeeding (pp. 162-165); Maternal breastfeeding problems (pp. 166-167); Breastfeeding problems in the infant (pp. 168-169); Psychological adjustment to parental role (pp. 172-173); Parent-infant interaction (pp. 174-175); Mastitis (pp. 194-195); Difficult mother-infant interaction (pp. 200-201); Difficult adjustment to parental role (pp. 202-203); Nutritional assessment and infant feeding (pp. 224

Hewat, R.J., & Ellis, D.J. (1987). A comparison of the effectiveness of two methods of nipple care: A pilot study. Birth, 14(1), 41-45.

Hewat, R.J., & Ellis, D.J. (1986). Similarities and differences between women who breastfeed for short and long duration. Midwifery, 2, 37-43.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1986). Breastfeeding: A learned art. Best Wishes, 38(1), 12-14.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1986). Patterns of infant feeding in the first six months of life. Human Nutrition, 4(3), 167-175.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1985). Postpartum sexuality: Mothers’ perceptions of their spousal relationship. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecological and Neonatal Nursing, 14(2), 140-146.

Hewat, R.J. (1985). More effective education for breastfeeding women. The Canadian Nurse, 81(1), 38-40.

Hewat, R.J., & Ellis, D.J. (1985). Breastfeeding: A personal decision. Expecting: A Pregnancy Guide, 1(2), 49-50.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1984). Do nurses support breastfeeding mothers?. Midwives Chronicle, 97(1153), 45-47.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1984). Do we support breastfeeding mothers?. Breastfeeding Review, (Dec), 27-30.

Hewat, R.J., & Ellis, D.J. (1984). Breastfeeding as a maternal-child team effort: Women’s perceptions. Health Care for Women International, 5, 437-452.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1984). Factors related to breastfeeding duration. Canadian Family Physician, 30, 1479, 1481-1484.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1984). Breastfeeding: Motivation and outcome. Journal of Biosocial Science, 16(1), 81-88.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1983). Do nurses help or hinder mothers who breastfeed?. ? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 8(4), 281-288.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1983). Questions and answers for nurses about care of breastfeeding women. Midwife Health Visitor and Community Nurse, 20(7), 276,278,281.

Ellis, D.J., & Hewat, R.J. (1982). Assisting women with breastfeeding: Implementation and evaluation of a program to augment nursing interventions. In G. Zilm, A. Hilton, & M. Richmond (Eds.), Proceedings of the National Nursing Research Conference (pp. 258-268). Vancouver: University of British Columbia School of Nursing.

Hewat, R. J. (1984). Review of Silent Knife. Canadian Nurse, 80(1), 56.

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