Maternal Health and Wellbeing
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Publications

2016

  • ALI P, MCGARRY J, DHINGRA K, 2016. Identifying Signs of Intimate Partner Violence. Emergency Nurse, ed 23, issue 9, p.25-29
  • ALI P, DHINGRA K, MCGARRY J, 2016. A literature review of intimate partner violence and its classifications Aggression and Violent Behavior (In Press)
  • ALLEN K, DE BENEDICTIS S, JENSEN T, 2016. TV Production, Poverty Porn and the Crafting of a New Anti-Welfare Commonsense. 6th April 2016. British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2016, Aston University: Birmingham
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  • BORRELLI S, SPIBY H, WALSH D, 2016. The kaleidoscopic midwife: A conceptual metaphor illustrating first-time mothers' perspectives of a good midwife during childbirth. A grounded theory study. Midwifery Journal, ed 39, p.103-111 
  • BAROLIA R, CLARK A, HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2016. The promotion of cardiovascular health of women in Pakistan. Nursing Inquiry (In Press)
  • BROWN M, APPIAH-BOATENG E, EVANS C, 2016. Should I stay or should I go? A systematic review of factors that influence healthcare students' decisions around study abroad programmes. Nurse Education Today, ed 39, p.63-71
  • BRUMMELL S, SEYMOUR J,  HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2016. Cardio pulmonary resuscitation decisions in the emergency department: an ethnography of tacit knowledge in practice. Social Science and Medicine, p.47-54
  • COWLEY A, EVANS C, BATH-HEXTALL F,  COOPER J, 2016. Patient, nursing and medical staff experiences and perceptions of the care of people diagnosed with palliative esophago-gastric cancer: A systematic review of the qualitative evidence. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports (In Press)
  • DARWIN Z, GREEN J, MCLEISH J, WILLMOT H, SPIBY H, 2016. Evaluation of trained volunteer doula services for disadvantaged women in five areas in England: women's experiences. Health and Social Care in the Community, p.1-12
  • DE BENEDICTIS S, 2016. One Born, Austerity and Securing Consent. 16th May 2016. Gendering Austerity: Cultures of Resilience and Resistance, Birkbeck College: London
  • DIVALL B, SPIBY H, ROBERTS J, WALSH D, 2016. Birth Plans: A Narrative Review of the Literature. International Journal of Childbirth, ed 6, issue 3, p.157-166
  • ERRINGTON G, EVANS C, WATSON, M, 2016. Searching for sustainability within public health policy: Insights from an injury prevention perspective. European Journal of Public Health (In Press)
  • EVANS C, TURNER K, SUGGS S, OCCA A, JUMA A, BLAKE H, 2016. Developing a mHealth intervention to promote uptake of HIV testing among African communities in the UK: A qualitative study. BMC Public Health, ed 16, p.656
  • HANLEY GE, MUNRO S, GREYSON D, GROSS MM, HUNDLEY V, SPIBY H, JANSSEN PA, 2016. Diagnosing onset of labor: a systematic review of definitions in the research literature. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, ed 16, p.71
  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, SAFIPOUR J, O'BRIEN B, MUMTAZ Z, PATON P, CHIU Y,  BAROLIA R, 2016. An ethnographic investigation of maternity healthcare experience of immigrants in rural and urban Alberta, Canada BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
  • HIGGGINBOTTOM GMA, VALLINATOS H, SHANKAR J, OSSWALD B,  DAVEY C, 2016. Understanding South Asian Immigrant Women's Food Choices in the Perinatal Period. International Journal of Women's Health and Wellness, ed 2, issue 1, p.2-13
  • HUGHES AJ, REDSELL, S, GLAZEBROOK C, 2016. Motor development interventions for preterm infants: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Pediatrics (In Press)
  • MCLEISH J, SPIBY H, DARWIN Z, WILLMOT H, GREEN J, 2016. The processes of implementing and sustaining an intensive volunteer one-to-one support (doula) service for disadvantaged pregnant women. Voluntary Sector Review, ed 7, issue 2
  • MCGARRY J, 2016. Domestic violence and abuse: an exploration and evaluation of a domestic abuse nurse specialist role in acute health care services. Journal of Clinical Nursing (Early view)
  • MCGARRY J, ALI P, 2016. Researching Domestic Violence and Abuse in Health Care Settings: Challenges and Issues Journal of Research in Nursing (In Press)
  • MCGARRY J, ALI P, HINCHLIFF S, 2016. Older women, intimate partner violence and mental health: a consideration of the particular issues for health and health care practice Journal of Clinical Nursing  (In Press)
  • MCGARRY J, BOWDEN D, MANGER L, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, WINDLE R, TAYLOR M,  BAKER C, 2016. Unlocking Stories: Older Women’s Experiences of Domestic Violence and Abuse told through Creative Expression. Reusable Learning Object (RLO) HELM OPEN. 
  • MCGARRY J, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, WATTS K, EVANS C, 2016. What is understood by the term obstetric violence within the context of childbirth? Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports (In Press)
  • MORRELL JC, SUTCLIFFE P, BOOTH A, STEVENS J, SCORE A, STEVENSON M, HARVEY R, BESSEY A, CANTRELL A, DENNIS C-L, REN S, RAGONESI M, BARKHAM M, CHURCHILL D, HENSHAW C, NEWSTEAD J, SLADE P, SPIBY H, STEWART-BROWN S, 2016. A systematic review, evidence synthesis and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative studies evaluating the clinical effectiveness, the cost-effectiveness, safety and acceptability of interventions to prevent postnatal depression. Health Technology Assessment, ed 20, issue 37 
  • NAIR S, TIMMONS S, EVANS C, 2016. Nurses in the private health sector in Kerala: Lessons learnt from strikes in recent years. Indian Journal of Gender Studies, ed 23, issue 1, p.8-25
  • NALUBEGA S, EVANS C, COX K, MUGERWA H, 2016. "Moving to another world": Understanding the impact of clinical trial closure on HIV positive participants in Uganda. HIV Medicine, ed 62
  • SHEEN K, SPIBY H, SLADE P, 2016. The experience and impact of traumatic perinatal event experiences in midwives: A qualitative investigation. International Journal of Nursing Studies, ed 53, p.61-72
  • SULEMAN Z, MANNING J, EVANS C, 2016. Parents' and carers' experiences of transitions and aftercare following their child’s discharge from a paediatric intensive care unit to an inpatient ward setting: A qualitative systematic review protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, ed 14, issue 1
  • TIMMONS S, NAIR S, EVANS C, 2016. The development of the nursing profession in a globalised context: a qualitative case study in Kerala, India. Social Science and Medicine (In Press)
  • WALSH D, 2016. Midwives, gender equality and feminism. The Practicising Midwife, ed 19, issue 3, p. 24-26
  • WILSON A, COLEBY D, REGEN E, PHELPS K, WINDRIDGE K, WILLARS J, ROBINSON T, 2016. Service factors causing delay in specialist assessment for TIA and minor stroke: a qualitative study of GP and patient perspectives. BMJ Open, ed 6, issue e011654
 

2015

  • BRUGHA TS, SMITH J, AUSTIN J, BANKART J, PATTERSON M, LOVETT C, MORGAN Z, MORRELL CJ, 2015. Can community midwives prevent antenatal depression? An external pilot study to test the feasibility of a cluster randomized controlled universal prevention trial. Psychological Medicine, ed 46, issue 2, p. 345-356
  • DIVALL B, 2015. Negotiating competing discourses in narratives of midwifery leadership in the English NHS. Midwifery Journal
  • DOWNE S, FINLAYSON K, MELVIN C, SPIBY H, ALI S, DIGGLE P, GYTE G, HINDER S, MILLER V, SLADE P, TREPEL D, WEEKS A, WHORWELL P, WILLIAMSON M, 2015. Self-hypnosis for intrapartum pain management in pregnant nulliparous women: a randomised controlled trial of clinical effectiveness. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
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  • EVANS C, BENNETT J, CROSTON M, BRITO-AULT N and BRUTON J, 2015. "In reality, it is complex and difficult": UK nurses' perspectives on 'treatment as prevention' within HIV care. AIDS Care, ed 27, issue 6, p.753-757
  • EVANS C, NALUBEGA S, MCLUSKEY J, DARLINGTON N, CROSTON M, BATH-HEXTALL F, 2015. The views and experiences of nurses and midwives in the provision and management of routine (provider initiated) HIV testing: a systematic review of qualitative evidence. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, ed 13, issue 12, p.130-286
  • EVANS C, TURNER K, BLAKE H, JUMA A, SUGGS S, OCCA A, 2015. Text messaging to encourage uptake of HIV testing amongst African communities: Findings from a theory based feasibility study. HIV Medicine, ed 16, Suppl.2, p.54
  • EVANS K,  MORRELL J, SPIBY H, 2015. Non-pharmacological interventions during pregnancy to reduce symptoms of anxiety: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence
  • EVANS K, SPIBY H, MORRELL J, 2015. A psychometric systematic review of self-report insturments to identify anxiety in pregnancy. Journal of Advanced Nursing, p. 1986-2001
  • FINLAYSON K, DOWNE S, HINDER S, CARR H, SPIBY H, WHORWELL P, 2015. Unexpected consequences: women's experiences of a self-hypnosis intervention to help with pain relief during labour. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, ed 15, p.229-237
  • HADZIABDIC E, HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2015. Complaints concerning communication reported by users of healthcare in a specific region in Sweden. Journal of Hospital Administration, ed 4, issue 3, p. 39-45
  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, LIAMPUTTONG P, 2015. Participatory Qualitative Research Methodologies in Health. Sage Publications, London
  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, MORGAN M, CHIU Y, FORGERON J, KOCAY D, ALEXANDRE M,  BAROLIA R, 2015. Immigrant women’s experiences of maternity-care services in Canada: a systematic review using a narrative synthesis. Systematic Reviews, ed 4, issue 13
  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA,  SAFIPOUR J, 2015. Access to primary health care by new and established immigrants in Canada. Journal of Family Medicine and Community Health, ed 2, issue 5, p.1046
  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, SAFIPOUR J, YOHANI S, O'BRIEN B, MUMTAZ Z,  PATTON P, 2015. An ethnographic study of communication challenges in maternity care of immigrant women in rural Alberta. Midwifery Journal, p.297-304
  • LOVATT M, NANTON V, ROBERTS J, INGLETON C, NOBLE B, PITT E, SEERS K, MUNDAY D, 2015. The provision of emotional labour by health care assistants caring for dying cancer patients in the community: A qualitative study into the experiences of health care assistants and bereaved family carers. International Journal of Nursing Studies, ed 52, p.271-279
  • MCGARRY, J, 2015. Invisible: Older women's experiences of domestic violence and abuse. Journal of Advanced Nursing (interactive)
  • MCGARRY J, BAKER C, WILSON C, FELTON A, 2015. 'Freedom to Speak up': the development of safeguarding teaching and learning and effective support for students within pre-registration nursing curricula. Nursing Standard, ed 30, issue 14, p.44-48
  • MCGARRY J, BAKER C, WILSON C, FELTON A, BANERJEE A, 2015. Preparation for safeguarding in UK pre-registration graduate nurse education. Journal of Adult Protection, ed 17, issue 6, p.371-379
  • MCGARRY J,  NAIRN S, 2015. An exploration of the perceptions of emergency department nursing staff towards the role of a domestic abuse nurse specialist: a qualitative study. International Emergency Nursing, ed 23, issue 2, p.65-70
  • MORRELL CJ, CUBISON J, RICKETTS T, SVED WILLIAMS A, 2015. Training healthcare professionals for the assessment and management of perinatal depression and anxiety. In MILGROM J AND GEMMILL A (eds) Identifying preinatal depression and anxiety: Evidence-based practice in screening, psychosoial assessment and management. Wiley-Blackwell
  • NALUBEGA S, EVANS C, 2015. Participant views and experiences of participating in HIV research in sub-Saharan Africa: A qualitative systematic review. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, ed 13, issue 5, p.240-330
  • PETROU S, MORRELL CJ, KNAPP M, 2015. An overview of the health economic aspects of postnatal depression. MILGROM J AND GEMMILL A (eds) Identifying preinatal depression and anxiety: Evidence-based practice in screening, psychosoial assessment and management. Wiley-Blackwell
  • PROTTI S, EVANS C, 2015. The experience of patients living with TB/HIV co-infection: Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, ed 13, issue 7, p.72-82
  • ROBERTS J, GRIFFITHS FE, VERRAN A, AYRE C, 2015. Why do women seek ultrasound scans from commercial providers during pregnancy? Sociology of Health and Illness, ed 37, issue 4, p.594-609
  • SHEEN K, SPIBY H, SLADE P, 2015. Exposure to traumatic perinatal experiences and posttraumatic stress symptoms in midwives: Prevalence and association with burnout. International Journal of Nursing Studies, ed 52, p.578-587
  • STUART J, BARNES J, SPIBY H, ELBOURNE D, 2015. Understanding barriers to involving community midwives in identifying research participants; experience of the first steps randomised controlled trial. Midwifery Journal
  • WALSH D, CHRISTIANSON M, STEWART M, 2015. Why midwives should be feminists. Midirs Midwifery Digest, ed 25, issue 2, p. 154-160
  • WALSH D, Gender Inequality in Maternity Services - Editorial. Internatal Journal of Childbirth, ed 5, issue 4, p.178
  • EVANS K, SPIBY H, MORRELL J, 2015. A psychometric systematic review of self-report instruments to identify anxiety in pregnancy. Journal of Advanced Nursing (In Press)
  • MARSHALL J, SPIBY H, MCCORMICK F, 2015. Evaluating the 'Focus on Normal Birth and Reducing Caesarean Section Rates Rapid Improvement Programme: A Mixed Method Study in England Midwifery (In Press)
  • MORRELL CJ, CUBISON J, RICKETTS T, SVED WILLIAMS A, HALL P, 2015. Chapter 15. Training Healthcare Professionals for the Assessment and Management of Perinatal Depression and Anxiety In: Milgrom J. ad Gemmill A. (Eds) Identifying Perinatal Depression and Anxiety: Evidence-based practice in screening, psychosocial assessment and management.  Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-118-50965-4
  • MORRELL CJ, SUTCLIFFE P, BOOTH A, SCOPE A, STEVENS J, STEVENSON M, CANTRELL A, HARVEY R, BESSEY A, DENNIS CINDY-LEE, BARKHAM M, CHURCHILL D, HENSHAW C, NEWSTEAD J, SLADE P, SPIBY H, STEWART-BROWN S. A systematic review, evidence synthesis and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative studies evaluating the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, safety and acceptability of interventions to prevent postnatal depression. HTA 11/95/03. 2015
  • PETROU S, MORRELL CJ, KNAPP M, 2015. Chapter 7: An overview of the health economic aspects of postnatal depression. In: Milgrom J. ad Gemmill A. (Eds) Identifying Perinatal Depression and Anxiety: Evidence-based practice in screening, psychosocial assessment and management. 2015. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-118-50965-4
  • QUINN K and SPIBY H, 2015. A longitudinal study exploring the role of adult attachment in relation to perceptions of pain in labour, childbirth memory and acute traumatic stress responses Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 33(3), p.257-267
  • ROBERTS J, GRIFFITHS F, VERRAN A, AND AYRE C, 2015. Why do women seek ultrasound scans from commercial providers during pregnancy? Sociology of Health & Illness. 37(4) (In Press)
  • SCOPE A, BOOTH A, MORRELL CJ, SUTCLIFFE P, CANTRELL A, 2015. Perceptions and experiences of interventions to prevent Postnatal Depression. A systematic review and qualitative evidence synthesis. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, submitted 25/03/15
  • SHEEN K, SPIBY H, SLADE P, 2015. Exposure to traumatic perinatal experiences and post traumatic stress symptoms in midwives: Prevalence and association with burnout International Journal of Nursing Studies. 52(2),578-587 
  • NAIR, S, TIMMONS, S and EVANS, C, 2015. Nurses in the Private Health Sector in Kerala: Lessons Learnt from their Strikes in Recent Years, Indian Journal of Gender Studies (In Press) 
  • QUINN K, SPIBY H, SLADE P, 2015. A longitudinal study exploring the role of adult attachment in relation to perceptions of pain in labour, childbirth memory and acute traumatic stress responses. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, ed 33, issue 3, p. 256-267
 

2014

  • EAST L, ARUDO J, LOEFLER M, EVANS C, 2014. Exploring the potential for advanced nursing practice role development in Kenya: a qualitative study. BMC Nursing, ed 13, p.33
  • ERRINGTON G, WATSON M, EVANS C, 2014. International and national stakeholder perspectives on the sustainability of child injury prevention programmes: Relevance to public health. European Journal of Public Health, ed 24, suppl. 2
  • EVANS C, NALUBEGA S, MCLUSKEY J, DARLINGTON N, CROSTON M, BATH-HEXTALL F, 2014. The views and experiences of nurses and midwives in the provision and management of routine (provider initiated) HIV testing: Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, ed 12, issue 2, p.103-113
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  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, HADZIABADIC E, YOHANI S, 2014. Immigrant women’s experiences of maternity services in Canada: a meta-ethnography. Journal of Midwifery, p.554-559
  • HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, VALLIANATOS H, FOGERON J, GIBBONS D, MAMEDE F, 2014. Food choices and practices during pregnancy of immigrant women with high-risk pregnancies in Canada: a pilot study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, p.370
  • HINSLIFF-SMITH K, SPENCER R, WALSH D, 2014. Realities, difficulties, and outcomes for mothers choosing to breastfeed: Primigravid mothers experiences in the early postpartum period (6-8 weeks). Journal of Midwifery, ed 30, p.e14-e19
  • LAURIDSEN E,  HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2014. The roots and development of constructivist grounded theory. Nurse Researcher, ed 21, issue 5, p.8-13
  • MCGARRY J, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, KENCH S,  MILLER P, 2014. Responses to disclosure of domestic violence in the Emergency Department (ED). CEM Abstracts Emergency Medicine Journal, ed 31, issue 9, p.787
  • MCGARRY J, SIMPSON C,  HINSLIFF-SMITH K, 2014. An exploration of service responses to domestic abuse among older people: findings from one region of the UK. UK Journal of Adult Protection, ed 16, issue 4
  • MCGARRY J, WESTBURY M, KENCH S,  FURSE B, 2014. Developing responses to domestic abuse in acute hospital care settings: the development of a nurse specialist role. Nursing Standard, online publication 24.4.14
  • MUMTAZ Z, O'BRIEN B,  HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2014. Navigating maternity health care: a survey of the Canadian prairie newcomer experience. BMC Reproduction, Pregnancy and Childbirth, ed 14
  • NALUBEGA S, EVANS C, 2014. Qualitative systematic reviews and their role in evidence based HIV nursing. HIV Nursing, ed 14, issue 3, p.11-15
  • NALUBEGA S, EVANS C, 2014. The views and experiences of HIV research participants in sub-Saharan Africa: a worked example of a qualitative systematic review. HIV Nursing, ed 14, issue 3, p.15-20
  • NALUBEGA S, EVANS C, 2014. Participant views and experiences of participating in HIV research in sub-Saharan Africa: Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, ed 12, issue 9, p. 102-109
  • PILCHER H, HUGHES, A, 2014. Parents' perceptions of antenatal groups in supporting them through the transition to parenthood. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, ed 24, issue 1, p.45-51
  • REDLICH-AMIRAV D,  HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2014. New emerging technologies in qualitative research. Qualitative Report: How to article, ec 12, p.1-14
  • SORIANO, E, RUIZ, D,  HIGGINBOTTOM GMA, 2014. Health Promotion in the Moroccan Child Population in Spain: The Healthy Child Program. Procedia - Social and Behavioural Sciences, ed 132, p.675-681
  • SPIBY H, WALSH D, GREEN J, CROMPTON A, BUGG G, 2014. Midwives' beliefs and concerns about telephone conversations with women in early labour. Midwifery Journal, ed 30, p.1036-1042
  • STACEY G, MCGARRY J, AUBEELUCK A, BULL H, SIMPSON C, SHEPPARD F,  THOMPSON S, 2014. An Integrated Educational Model for Graduate Entry Nursing Cirriculum Design. Nurse Education Today, ed 34, issue 1, p. 145-149
  • WHARRAD H, CHAMBERS D, EVANS C, GOODE J, 2014. Networked knowledge communities in the 21st century classroom: The internationalization of nursing education through a technology enabled curriculum. Emerging pedagogies in the networked knowledge society: Practices integrating social media and globalization, IGI Global, p.25-61
  • WALSH, D, 2014. A Male Midwife’s Perspective. R Mander (ed) Becoming a Midwife, ed 2, London: Routledge
  • MCGARRY J, NAIRN S, 2014. An exploration of the perceptions of emergency department nursing staff towards the role of a domestic abuse nurse specialist: a qualitative study International Emergency Nursing (In Press)
  • MANNING JC, HEMINGWAY P, REDSELL SA, 2014. Long-Term Psychosocial Well-Being Following Acute Life Threatening Critical Illness: Exploring Childrens’ Narratives of Survival In: 7th World Congress on Pediatric Critical Care
 

Maternal Health and Wellbeing Research Group

The University of Nottingham
School of Health Sciences
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA


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