- •Guidelines regarding infant physical activity, screen time and sleep were released by the World Health Organisation in 2019.
- •Guidelines are only effective if the relevant stakeholders are aware of and implement the recommendation.
- •Participants had a sound knowledge of the guidelines and provided consistent advice.
- •Specific advice and recommendations about screen time were lacking.
- •Professional development to translate the guidelines into clinical and educational practises would be beneficial.
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