Advanced search    

Search: authors:"Susan Ayers"

7 papers found.
Use AND, OR, NOT, +word, -word, "long phrase", (parentheses) to fine-tune your search.

Women’s views and experiences of two alternative consent pathways for participation in a preterm intrapartum trial: a qualitative study

The Cord Pilot Trial compared alternative policies for timing of cord clamping at very preterm birth at eight UK hospitals. In addition to standard written consent, an oral assent pathway was developed for use when birth was imminent. The aim of this study was to explore women’s views and experiences of two alternative consent pathways to participate in the Cord Pilot Trial. We ...

The City Infant Faces Database: A validated set of infant facial expressions

Adults need to be able to process infants’ emotional expressions accurately to respond appropriately and care for infants. However, research on processing of the emotional expressions of infant faces is hampered by the lack of validated stimuli. Although many sets of photographs of adult faces are available to researchers, there are no corresponding sets of photographs of infant ...

Women’s experiences of postnatal distress: a qualitative study

Background Women can experience a range of psychological problems after birth, including anxiety, depression and adjustment disorders. However, research has predominantly focused on depression. Qualitative work on women’s experiences of postnatal mental health problems has sampled women within particular diagnostic categories so not looked at the range of potential psychological ...

The Birth Memories and Recall Questionnaire (BirthMARQ): development and evaluation

Background Childbirth is a challenging and emotive experience that is accompanied by strong positive and/or negative emotions. Memories of birth may be associated with how women cognitively process birth events postpartum and potentially their adaptation to parenthood. Characteristics of memories for birth may also be associated with postnatal psychological wellbeing. This paper ...

Parents’ views on care of their very premature babies in neonatal intensive care units: a qualitative study

Gillian Russell Alexandra Sawyer 0 Heike Rabe Jane Abbott Gillian Gyte Lelia Duley Susan Ayers 0 on behalf of the Very Preterm Birth Qualitative Collaborative Group 0 Centre for Maternal and Child ... Group Project Group: Alexandra Sawyer, Heike Rabe, Jane Abbott, Gill Gyte, Lelia Duley, Susan Ayers; Principal Investigators at each site: Narendra Aladangady, Dushyant Batra, Arun Kumar, Heike Rabe

Measures of satisfaction with care during labour and birth: a comparative review

Background Satisfaction is the one of the most frequently reported outcome measures for quality of care. Assessment of satisfaction with maternity services is crucial, and psychometrically sound measures are needed if this is to inform health practices. This paper comparatively reviews current measures of satisfaction with care during labour and birth. Methods A review of the ...