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Mari Greenfield

PhD student, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull

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Lack of policy consideration for breastfeeding co-mothers in maternity services

The written narratives from both Jane and Ayesha show mothers-to-be in a great deal of emotional distress. NHS antenatal services for lactation support do not always guarantee support for...

What is traumatic birth? A concept analysis and literature review

Experiencing childbirth as a traumatic event is a factor that has been highlighted as contributing to poorer psychological outcomes for mothers Up to 30% of women in the UK experience childbirth as a...

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