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Exploring women’s preferences for birth settings in England: A discrete choice experiment

, BirthChoiceUK, West Cumbria MSLC, NCT, Positive Birth Network. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Benjamin Rupert Fletcher, Rachel Rowe, Jennifer Hollowell, Miranda Scanlon, Lisa Hinton, Oliver Rivero ... -Arias. Formal analysis: Benjamin Rupert Fletcher, Oliver Rivero-Arias. Investigation: Benjamin Rupert Fletcher, Rachel Rowe, Jennifer Hollowell, Miranda Scanlon, Lisa Hinton. Methodology: Benjamin

The contribution of gestational age, area deprivation and mother’s country of birth to ethnic variations in infant mortality in England and Wales: A national cohort study using routinely collected data

) consultation for this project and in particular for their guidance on the ethnic groupings to be used in this study. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Yangmei Li, Maria A. Quigley, Jennifer Hollowell ... . Data curation: Yangmei Li, Jennifer Hollowell. Formal analysis: Yangmei Li. Funding acquisition: Maria A. Quigley, Nirupa Dattani, Ron Gray, Hiranthi Jayaweera, Jennifer J. Kurinczuk, Alison Macfarlane

Women’s birth place preferences in the United Kingdom: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the quantitative literature

; OU, obstetric unit; SCBU, special care baby unit Acknowledgements This review is one component of the Birthplace Choices project. The Birthplace Choices co-investigators are: Jennifer Hollowell (PI

Mode of birth and medical interventions among women at low risk of complications: A cross-national comparison of birth settings in England and the Netherlands

Objectives To compare mode of birth and medical interventions between broadly equivalent birth settings in England and the Netherlands. Methods Data were combined from the Birthplace study in England (from April 2008 to April 2010) and the National Perinatal Register in the Netherlands (2009). Low risk women in England planning birth at home (16,470) or in freestanding midwifery...

The UK Midwifery Study System (UKMidSS): a programme of work to establish a research infrastructure to carry out national studies of uncommon conditions and events in midwifery units

Background Midwifery-led care during labour and birth in the UK is increasingly important given national commitments to choice of place of birth, reduction of unnecessary intervention and improving women’s experience of care, and evidence on safety and benefits for ‘low risk’ women. Further evidence is needed on safety and potential benefits of midwifery-led care for some groups...

Immersion in water for pain relief and the risk of intrapartum transfer among low risk nulliparous women: secondary analysis of the Birthplace national prospective cohort study

Background Immersion in water during labour is an important non-pharmacological method to manage labour pain, particularly in midwifery-led care settings where pharmacological methods are limited. This study investigates the association between immersion for pain relief and transfer before birth and other maternal outcomes. Methods A prospective cohort study of 16,577 low risk...

The effectiveness of antenatal care programmes to reduce infant mortality and preterm birth in socially disadvantaged and vulnerable women in high-income countries: a systematic review

Background Infant mortality has shown a steady decline in recent years but a marked socioeconomic gradient persists. Antenatal care is generally thought to be an effective method of improving pregnancy outcomes, but the effectiveness of specific antenatal care programmes as a means of reducing infant mortality in socioeconomically disadvantaged and vulnerable groups of women has...