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Helen Spiby

Professor of Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Expertise Summary

Recent Research Supervisees

Name: Laura Iannuzzi Midwives' approaches to delays in labour

Name: Kayleigh Sheen Title: Midwives' experiences of perinatal trauma and work related stress. Registered at the University of Sheffield

Name: Jane Iles Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress and Postnatal depression in Couples After Childbirth: What are the roles of Social Support and Attachment Style? University of Sheffield

Name: Diane Escott Development and Evaluation of a Coping Strategy Enhancement Method of Preparation for Labour University of Sheffield

Teaching Summary

I have experience in curriculum-planning and teaching on a range of midwifery programmes including undergraduate, Return to Practice and Adaptation and Masters programmes for midwives and other… read more

Research Summary

My research interests include all aspects of midwifery practice and the provision and organisation of maternity care. Previous work has included research in antenatal education, care during labour… read more

Recent Publications

Member of the Research Committee for the School of Health Sciences

I have experience in curriculum-planning and teaching on a range of midwifery programmes including undergraduate, Return to Practice and Adaptation and Masters programmes for midwives and other health professionals. I have acted as link lecturer and been a module and course leader.

Current Research

My research interests include all aspects of midwifery practice and the provision and organisation of maternity care. Previous work has included research in antenatal education, care during labour and the postpartum and includes the views and experiences of childbearing women, their families and care-givers. Work in knowledge transfer includes the development, introduction and evaluation of evidence based guidelines for midwifery led care during labour. Current research focuses on early labour and preparation for labour.

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