Michael B. Wells
Michael B. Wells
Postdoc, Department of Public Health, Karolinska Institutet
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Do father-friendly policies promote father-friendly child-rearing practices? A review of Swedish parental leave and child health centers
MB Wells, A Sarkadi
Journal of Child and Family Studies 21 (1), 25-31, 2012
Predicting preschool teacher retention and turnover in newly hired Head Start teachers across the first half of the school year
MB Wells
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 30, 152-159, 2015
Literature review shows that fathers are still not receiving the support they want and need from Swedish child health professionals
MB Wells
Acta Paediatrica 105 (9), 1014-1023, 2016
Child behaviour problems, parenting behaviours and parental adjustment in mothers and fathers in Sweden
R Salari, MB Wells, A Sarkadi
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 42 (7), 547–553, 2014
Families and family policies in Sweden
MB Wells, D Bergnehr
Handbook of Family Policies Across the Globe, 91-107, 2014
Mothers’ and fathers’ attendance in a community-based universally offered parenting program in Sweden
MB Wells, A Sarkadi, R Salari
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 44 (3), 274-280, 2016
‘Children are exposed to temptation all the time’–parents’ lifestyle‐related discussions in focus groups
C Stenhammar, M Wells, A Åhman, B Wettergren, B Edlund, A Sarkadi
Acta Paediatrica 101 (2), 208-215, 2012
Swedish child health nurses' views of early father involvement: a qualitative study
MB Wells, G Varga, B Kerstis, A Sarkadi
Acta Paediatrica 102 (7), 755-761, 2013
Conscious parenting: a qualitative study on Swedish parents’ motives to participate in a parenting program
J Rahmqvist, MB Wells, A Sarkadi
Journal of Child and Family Studies 23 (5), 934-944, 2014
Supporting same‐sex mothers in the Nordic child health field: a systematic literature review and meta‐synthesis of the most gender equal countries
MB Wells, SN Lang
Journal of Clinical Nursing 25 (23-24), 3469-3483, 2016
An unequal chance to parent: examples on support fathers receive from the swedish child health field
MB Wells
Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2015
Is all support equal?: Head Start preschool teachers' psychological job attitudes
MB Wells
Teaching and Teacher Education 63, 103-115, 2017
Does prevention pay? Costs and potential cost-savings of school interventions targeting children with mental health problems
L Wellander, MB Wells, I Feldman
The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 19, 91-101, 2016
Gender equality in Swedish child health centers: An analysis of their physical environments and parental behaviors
MB Wells, J Engman, A Sarkadi
Semiotica 204, 1-20, 2015
Children with two homes: Psychological problems in relation to living arrangements in Nordic 2-to 9-year-olds
M Bergström, E Fransson, MB Wells, L Köhler, A Hjern
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 1-9, 2018
Swedish child health nurses treat fathers more equally in 2014 than 2004, but mothers remain their primary focus
MB Wells, P Massoudi, M Bergström
Acta Paediatrica 106 (8), 1302-1308, 2017
Father group leaders' experiences of creating an arena for father support–A qualitative study
B Kerstis, MB Wells, E Andersson
Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 32 (2), 943-950, 2018
LGBTQ competence wanted: LGBTQ parents’ experiences of reproductive health care in Sweden
S Klittmark, M Garzón, E Andersson, MB Wells
Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 2019
A Literature Review and meta-ethnography of fathers’ psychological health and received social support during unpredictable complicated childbirths
E Vallin, H Nestander, MB Wells
Midwifery 68, 48-55, 2019
Screening fathers for postpartum depression can be cost-effective: An example from Sweden
MM Asper, N Hallén, L Lindberg, A Månsdotter, M Carlberg, MB Wells
Journal of Affective Disorders 241, 154-163, 2018
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