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Patricia Jarrett

Research Fellow in Midwifery, School of Health and Education, Middlesex University

Experiences of student midwives in the care of women with perinatal loss: A qualitative descriptive study

Around 1/200 births in the UK result in stillbirth and about 1/400 infants die within the first 4 weeks of life (Office for National Statistics, 2015) Those women who experience perinatal loss (as a...

Swimming against the tide: Women's experience of choosing a homebirth in Switzerland

There has been much discussion in recent years of the importance of women exercising their right to choose where to give birth (American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), 2011;...

Student midwives’ knowledge of perinatal mental health

Psychiatric illness is a leading indirect cause of maternal mortality and morbidity in the UK A confidential report on the causes of maternal death suggests that a significant number of women die...

Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology Annual Conference

The 34th Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology (SRIP) Conference took place on the 16–17 September and was hosted by the University Malta SRIP is an international organisation, which focuses...

International Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health

The International Marcé Society Scientific biennial conference was hosted this year by the University of Swansea from 10–12 September The Marcé Society was formed in 1980 and is focused on the mental...

Attitudes of student midwives caring for women with perinatal mental health problems

Psychiatric illness is one of the leading indirect causes of maternal mortality and maternal morbidity in the UK A confidential report on the causes of maternal death in the UK suggested a significant...

Writing Your Journal Article in 12 weeks: A Guide to Academic Publishing Success

Consider the scene: You have finished your research report/MSc dissertation/PhD and your manager/supervisor/employer asks ‘have you published?’ What do you do? Where do you start? How do you condense...

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