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Successful partnerships with third sector organisations to enhance the student experience: A partnership evaluation
There is limited research surrounding academic partnerships and more research is needed to educate universities, and the private, public and third sectors about the benefits and limitations of such partnerships. The aim ...
Understanding healthcare self-referral in Nigeria from the service users’ perspective: a qualitative study of Niger State
(EMAP Publishing Limited, 2019-05-02)
Background: The distortion of the pyramidal structure of the healthcare delivery system due to by-passing the primary level of care to the referral facilities has continued to raise concerns for the healthcare delivery ...
Exploring Barriers to South Asian Help-Seeking for Eating Disorders
(Mental Health Review Journal, 2017-03-13)
Purpose Referrals to specialist eating disorder services from the South Asian (SA) community are under-represented, despite research suggesting that disordered eating attitudes and behaviours of SA people are similar to ...
Gay Men's Experiences of UK Maternity Care
Objective: The number of same-sex parents in the UK has increased steadily over the years. Gay men are increasing seeking surrogacy to become parents and subsequently engaging with maternity services. Whilst there is a ...
The Work of the Royal College of Nursing Women's Health Steering Group
As part of the professional arm of the Royal College of Nursing, the steering group is made up of nurses who undertake roles on a voluntary basis for terms of four years. The steering group links with other nursing ...
Factors influencing the utilisation of free-standing and alongside midwifery units in England: A Qualitative Research Study
(BMJ Open, 2020-02-17)
Objective: To identify factors influencing the provision, utilisation and sustainability of midwifery units (MUs) in England Design: Case studies, using individual interviews and focus groups, in six NHS Trust maternity ...
Giving birth in water in England; a National retrospective cohort study of factors associated with its use in 50,482 women
(Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecogy, 2019-06-17)
Waterbirth: characteristics and outcomes in low risk women and babies: a retrospective population cohort study in England 2015/16.
(Trinity Health and Education International Research Conference 2020 (THEconf2020). Integrated Healthcare: Developing Person-centred Health Systems. March 4-5th 2020 Dublin, Ireland . Trinity College, Dublin, 2020-03-05)
Background Little is known about the incidence of delivery in water and concerns have been raised about the effects of waterbirth on women and their babies as it becomes more popular. Aims and objectives of the study To ...
Factors influencing utilisation of ‘free-standing’ and ‘alongside’ midwifery units for low-risk births in England: a mixed-methods study
(National Institute for Health Research, 2020-03-02)
Abstract Background Midwifery-led units (MUs) are recommended for ‘low-risk’ births by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence but according to the National Audit Office were not available in one-quarter ...