CMMPH doctoral students

The Centre for Midwifery, Maternal and Perinatal Health has a large number of doctoral students.

Dana ColbourneEvery Reason to SMILE: Student Midwives Integrated Learning Environment

Rebecca Cousins – Can a combined telephone triage system with a home assessment reduce the number of women admitted to hospital who are not in established labour?

Liz Davey – An exploration of the effects of aquanatal exercise on pregnancy and birth  outcomes and the well-being of women during childbearing.

Hannah Haydock – Stable isotopes as an indication of weaning age in post-medieval to modern populations

Debbee Houghton – Using midwives experiences and perspectives’ to unravel Medicine Management in contemporary practice.

Michelle Irving – An exploration of labour as experienced by independent midwives and their clients.

Alice Ladur – Assessing the contribution of male spousal involvement in promoting safe motherhood.

Preeti MahatoAddressing quality of care and equity of services available at birthing centres to improve maternal and neonatal health in western Nepal

Susan Mant – An Ethnographic study exploring three contrasting labour and birth environments.

Amy Miller – can a combined midwifery and chiropractic intervention clinic enhance student education and improve breastfeeding rates?

Dominique Mylod – Can pelvic positioning in early labour reduce early admission and obstetric intervention?

Stella Rawnson – Listening to women: Exploring women’s experiences of being part of a student midwife’s caseload during their childbearing journey.

Sheetal Sharma – Evaluation in low-income countries: Mixing the methods in rural Nepal

Layla Toomer – An exploration of breastfeeding and parenting support by midwives and community support workers in the community setting.

Daisy Wiggins My Birthplace: a computerised decision making tool to support women, their partners and midwives to make a decision about place of birth.

Donna Wixted – Just one drink! An exploration of the conflict between harm reduction and abstinence in UK maternity care