(Click image to see full size) The researcher as tourist: “Photographing the photographer” Our next Photo of the Week is Edwin van Teijlingen’s photo taken in the Nawalparasi district of… »
Posts Tagged: “midwifery”
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The 5th May is the International Day of the Midwife. Student midwives at Bournemouth University are celebrating the day by sharing stories about their journey to becoming a midwife. Storytelling… »
The Centre of Postgraduate Medical Research and Education (CoPMRE) held its biannual Visiting Faculty Day on the 24th March 2015. The day focussed on the theme of Human Factors and… »
BU staff and students showcase two innovative projects at the Maternity, Midwifery & Baby Conference held in London last week. Chiropractic and midwifery newborn clinic The first focused on a joint… »
Paper describes the systematic translation process of the Mother-Generated Index into German.
Carol Richardson: What are obese pregnant women’s perceptions of maternity care alongside healthcare provider’s views? Seeking the true BMI… (Best Maternity Input).
Researcher: Carol Richardson My name is Carol Richardson and I work as a midwife in a busy NHS Hospital Trust as well as a Supervisor of Midwives. I have a… »
Researcher: Dana Colbourne Dana Colbourne is a Post Graduate Researcher & Midwife with 9 years experience in all aspects of Midwifery care. Dana has a keen interest in Postnatal care… »
Daisy Wiggins: My Birthplace: a computerised decision making tool to support women, their partners and midwives to make a decision about place of birth
My Birthplace: a computerised decision making tool to support women, their partners and midwives to make a decision about place of birth
Jane Fry: Are there other ways of knowing? Independent Midwives’ experiences of utilising intuition during maternity care
Researcher: Jane Fry We all may be familiar with the term ‘mother’s intuition’, but what about the existence of ‘midwives intuition?’ Jane Fry’s PhD research is exploring the ways in… »
Childbirth remains one of the most risky times for women, particularly those giving birth in low and middle income countries. Every day more than 800 women die from conditions related… »
Background The resource is an e-learning resource designed to enhance the learning of health professionals involved with supporting mothers to breastfeed. It is suitable for midwives, health visitors, student midwives,… »
Background Obesity is an increasingly complex aspect of public health which impacts the role and responsibilities of those involved in the healthcare of women and children. It needs to be… »
Background This pilot study, led by Queen’s University Belfast, is exploring midwifery students’ use of evidence resources and their experience of extracting evidence from current Cochrane midwifery review summaries. … »