Evaluating Accessible Sleep Health Information in Rural and Urban Contexts: Delivery Face-to-Face or Online?

Evaluating Accessible Sleep Health Information in Rural and Urban Contexts: Delivery Face-to-Face or Online? Clin Med Insights Pediatr. 2018;12:1179556518815168 Authors: Osborne JM, Blunden S Abstract Objective: New parents need education about infant sleep but is not universally available especially not in regional and rural areas. We delivered sleep education both face-to-face and online to test sleep knowledge acquisition for parents wherever they reside. Best practice delivery of accessible sleep health information for new families needs to be investigated more carefully in order for specialist services to be universally available. Methods: Pre- and post-information session questionnaires (n = 32) assessed levels of knowledge acquisition and comparisons tested differences between face-to-face seminars compared with an online webinar. Results: Sleep knowledge across participants was low (69% scoring
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