“The other day I noticed the discuss between (Serb Novak) Djokovic and Murray. They have been chatting as in the event that they have been having espresso. Folks additionally worth these moments, “mentioned López.When referring to his new job as director of a match, in his case the Rely of Godó, Ferrer mentioned: “I’m actually having fun with the expertise. Change, since you are on the other aspect. You’re no longer the participant. You need to discover one of the best for the membership, and in addition for the gamers. However it was not troublesome. I’ve a good relationship with most of them. “About him Mutua Madrid Digital Open wherein each will take part, Feliciano López mentioned: “We additionally wish to ship a constructive message to the world of tennis. That, even whether it is stopped, we’re nonetheless right here. As well as, you’ll be capable of see the participant at house, in a nook, and within the middle of the sport. “Ferrer mentioned about it that he has been coaching. “And I don’t have volleyball within the Play. Neither in tennis nor within the Play”he mentioned with a chortle. “This week I will begin coaching if my son leaves me,” he added.On the right way to keep match throughout confinement, López mentioned: “I’ve a spinning bike at house, some dumbbells, not a lot, but to help myself a little it’s value it. I’ve misplaced weight, like two or three kilos. You lose muscle mass. I’m skinny. “Ferrer replied:” I do ‘full’ sport, but I can’t cease consuming. “López added that doing sports activities at house “serving extra to clear the thoughts than anything, to not compete once more, but to clear the thoughts. “When describing your very best participant, Ferrer indicated that he would have the serve of Karlovic, the appropriate of Federer (second Nadal), Wawrinka’s one-handed backhand, Djokovic’s two-handed backhand, Federer’s volley, Nada’s psychological powerl (“It’s unimaginable to have performed in opposition to Nadal and say other than him”, he specified), Thiem’s physique, Monfils’ showmanship, the remainder of Djokovic and Murray alike (later Nishikori and Nadal) and the hand of Marc López.For Feliciano López, the perfect participant has the Karlovic serve (and Marc López, between laughs), Federer’s proper (“generally higher Nadal’s,” he added), the reverse to a hand of Wawrinka, the two-handed backhand of Djokovic and Murray, Federer’s volley, Nadal’s psychological power (“I’ve not seen anybody remedy the moments of rigidity like him,” he defined), Ferrer’s personal physique, Monfils ‘showman’ abilities, the remainder of Ferrer, Djokovic and Murray and the hand of Marc López. Former tennis participant David Ferrer He affirmed this Sunday, throughout a discuss with Feliciano López, that “there will always be a future” in Spanish tennis, but added that “There may be not going to be one other Rafa Nadal.”Within the discuss between the 2 on the social community Instagram, with López as host, Ferrer identified: “There will always be a future, but there will not be one other Rafa Nadal, nor behind him a technology of tennis gamers just like the one within the final 20 years. ““An instance is all of you. Bautista, Carreño, Davidovich, Alcaraz, Carlos Gimeno, Munar, Carlos Alcaraz has nice potential. He’s a considerably completely different participant as we speak. He’s educated by a humble man like Juan Carlos Ferrero and that’s vital. “Feliciano López agreed and mentioned: “There may be not going to be a Nadal, nor a Ferru.”Referring to the present state of affairs of confinement, Ferrer mentioned: “I don’t have time to get bored, I’ve every part tremendous sq.. Routine is crucial; I do a little sport. ““Once you watch the information or the newspaper you don’t see any constructive information. I left it a week in the past as a result of I used to be twitching. I’m upset, and I discover it. After which there are the group chats, I wish to get out of, but I can’t. I already know that it’s a drama, I already know that we’re struggling, but there is a level once you say I’m going to get pleasure from this as a lot as I can being with my household. I will not cease being comfortable, “added Ferrer, now director of the Open Banc Sabadell in Barcelona.Feliciano López mentioned about it: “I’ve a arduous time fascinated about what the long run will be like, if tomorrow we are able to exit, when, in what means. It’s what I discover most troublesome to hold. The uncertainty of not realizing what will occur kills me. ““Positive, they’re bombarding you all day with destructive information … We have now sick family, others who’ve handed away, and also you add to that that every one the information is destructive. We have now to attempt to do constructive issues and lead a constructive life. I like these talks a lot, “mentioned López.Ferrer and López agreed to acknowledge the emotionality of the documentary about (the British) Andy Murray and harassed that one thing constructive concerning the confinement is that athletes now look nearer. “You’re identified extra. And on that aspect it’s constructive. That you recognize what Rafa, Murray, Djokovicâ do,” mentioned López, who directs the Mutua Madrid Open.
Posted on September 15, 2016October 4, 2016By: Sarah Hodin, Project Coordinator II, Women and Health Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Duncan Fisher (Family Initiative) and Dr. Ana Langer (Women and Health Initiative)Not surprisingly, public health professionals, researchers and clinicians in the maternal and child health field have traditionally focused primarily on the mother and the child. Interventions aimed at encouraging antenatal care attendance, facility-based delivery and exclusive breastfeeding have generally targeted the pregnant woman or mother, often without much attention to her partner, surrounding family or social network.Duncan Fisher, Co-Founder and Director of the Family Initiative, traveled from the United Kingdom to give a lecture at the Women and Health Initiative at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health about the importance of expanding the focus of maternal health. While there has been some effort to engage men in maternal health, few studies examining this issue have been conducted and even fewer interventions have been designed, implemented or evaluated.Fisher noted that throughout human history, even before we were homo sapiens, child rearing has been a communal effort: fathers, family and even other community members have been instrumental in helping mothers to raise children. In fact, fathers experience similar hormonal changes to mothers (albeit somewhat less intensely) when they hold their babies, triggering a biological, instinctual sense of attachment. “An aspect of patriarchy and gender inequality,” Fisher suggested, “is suppressing that nurturing activity in men.”Engaging fathers, family members and women’s communities of care during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum may have numerous health benefits for mothers and babies. Not involving fathers during pregnancy is one missed opportunity. Fisher recalled a visit he made to a clinic in Nigeria where fathers rarely accompanied their pregnant wives to antenatal care appointments. When he asked a large room full of pregnant women, “Do you think your husband should be here?” the room erupted into chaos: “Do not ask us to tell him everything because he just thinks we’re nagging—you tell him!” many of the women responded. In many settings around the globe where men typically do not accompany their pregnant wives to antenatal care appointments, health care providers assume that their pregnant patients will relay all of the information discussed to their husbands. In reality, as the women at the Nigerian clinic stated, this assumption more often results in fathers being uninformed and uninvolved. Similarly, despite the important role that fathers and family members play in supporting mothers to breastfeed, efforts to encourage breastfeeding often target new mothers in isolation.Because of the potential negative consequences of promoting male involvement in maternal health and the diversity of family structures—particularly those that do not include a father—focusing on women’s families and communities of care more broadly is crucial. In its 2015 report, the World Health Organization (WHO) emphasized the importance of engaging families and communities to improve maternal and child health outcomes. Much work is needed to mobilize efforts to address these WHO recommendations, including developing consensus on the definition of “family inclusive maternal health care”, conducting research to understand global perspectives on the issue and designing effective, inclusive interventions that improve not just the health of mothers and babies, but also the functioning of family units and communities of care.—Learn more about engaging fathers and families in maternal and infant health from Family Included.Explore perspectives on the Child and Family Blog.Subscribe to receive updates from the Women and Health Initiative.Share this: ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: