Shutterstock/By KristinaSophie By Bibha Simkhada, Liverpool John Moores University and Edwin van Teijlingen, Bournemouth University Huge numbers of pregnant women and new mothers are taking their own lives in Nepal… »
Posts Tagged: “pregnancy”
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Researcher: Sheetal Sharma The Nepal based-research looks to better understand the constraints of care-seeking behaviour in maternal health. Too often women in developing countries do not have ‘rights’ over their… »
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… »
Jeffrey Wale: Decision making at the beginning of life: the interface between medical practice, regulation and the criminal law in the UK. A study of selective reductions of pregnancy during the first trimester.
Researcher: Jeffrey Wale Jeffrey Wale’s PhD research combines the disciplines of criminal law with the regulation of medical practice. Exploring and engaging with decision making at the very beginning of… »
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… »
Health and Social Care PhD student Sheetal Sharma has been conducting fieldwork in rural Nepal into improving the provision of antenatal care and pregnant women’s access to vital healthcare in… »
A two–centre Randomised Double Blind Controlled Trial comparing Intramuscular Diamorphine and Intramuscular Pethidine for labour analgesia – the IDvIP study
Aim To evaluate maternal and neo-natal efficacy and safety of intramuscular diamorphine 7.5mg versus intramuscular pethidine 150mg for labour pain. Objectives Primary maternal outcome measures are pain intensity using… »