A 2010 study by the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit reported that 65 percent of men helped 'a great deal' with nappy changing.
What does PEU stand for?
PEU stands for Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (various locations)
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We have 27 other meanings of PEU in our Acronym Attic
- Portable Ethernet Transceiver Tester
- Positron Emission Transaxial Tomography
- Punahou Engineering and Technology Team (Honolulu, Hawaii)
- Program for Educational Transformation Through Technology (University of Washington)
- Practical Evaluation Tools for Urban Sustainability
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Vegetables
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Werewolves
- Pulmonary Extravascular Tissue Weight
- Pain Execution Unit (Part of the PainStation art project)
- Perceived Ease of Use
- Peripheral Electronics Unit
- Polyester Urethane (chemistry)
- Power Electronics Unit
- Processing Electronics Unit
- Professional Educators Union
- Public Employee Union (various locations)
- Port Elgin United Church (Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada)
- Polyelectrolyte Enhanced Ultra-Filtration
- Plasma Etch Users Group (Sunnyvale, CA)
- Post-Ejaculatory Urinary Misfire
Samples in periodicals archive:
The study, funded by the Department of Health and carried out by the national perinatal epidemiology unit at Oxford University, found 76% of women were not left alone at a time when it worried them during labour or afterwards.
The National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) carried out the survey and it invited 4,800 postnatal women to complete a questionnaire about their experiences during summer 2006.
In the report, Dr Claire Carson, a researcher at the University of Oxford's National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, analysed data on 12,136 children included in the Millennium Cohort Study.