Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Dr Kerry Evans is an Associate Professor of Midwifery at the University of Nottingham and a senior clinical academic midwife at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust (NUH). She is a registered midwife (since 2004), with experience in clinical practice and perinatal mental health research. Kerry competed the NIHR MA in research methods in 2010 and completed her Wellbeing of Women and RCM Early Career award in 2014 and Doctoral Fellowship award in 2017. Since completing her PhD, Kerry worked as a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Nottingham whilst completing the HEE / NIHR Gold postdoctoral award. In 2020, Kerry was the first midwife to be awarded the HEE / NIHR Clinical Lectureship award. Kerry has expertise in psychometric, qualitative and quantitative systematic reviews, complex intervention development and testing and qualitative primary research. Her research interest is focused on perinatal mental health and she contributes to local and national clinical guidance and research funding reviews. Kerry is the co-chair of the NIHR post-doctoral Nursing and Midwifery incubator.
Chief Investigator: The RAPID 2 study. Reducing Anxiety in Pregnancy: Intervention Development phase 2. A feasibility study of a midwife facilitated supportive intervention… read more
Chief Investigator: The RAPID 2 study. Reducing Anxiety in Pregnancy: Intervention Development phase 2. A feasibility study of a midwife facilitated supportive intervention https://fundingawards.nihr.ac.uk/award/NIHR300376
Co-investigator: ARM@DA: A Realist Inquiry into Maternity Care @ a DistAnce. https://fundingawards.nihr.ac.uk/award/NIHR134535
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