The Centre for Midwifery, Maternal and Perinatal Health has a large number of doctoral students.
Dana Colbourne – Every 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 Mahato – Addressing 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