This COST Action’s Lucy Frith (University of Liverpool) is part of thgis symposium. THE ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF IMPROVEMENT SCIENCE RESEARCH AND PRACTICE: DEVELOPING A RESEARCH AGENDA Monday 29th April 2019 University of Liverpool London Campus, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG A one day symposium – Supported by the Institute of Medical Ethics and the… Continue reading SYMPOSIUM: Ethical Implications of Improvement Science Research and Practice (Liverpool, Apr 29, 2019)
Several COST members have published a MidconBirth Study protocol: Midwives’ contribution to normal childbirth care: Cross-sectional study in public-health settings, the MidconBirth Study protocol ABSTRACT This paper presents the Protocol for a multicentre study that seeks to analyse the relationship between midwife care during childbirth and spontaneous vaginal birth. Each participating hospital collects outcome data… Continue reading COST members publish Midwives’ contribution to normal childbirth care: Cross-sectional study in public-health settings
Here are some videos from the From Birth To Health conference. Deirdre Daly, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Lucy Frith, University of Liverpool Mechthild Gross, Hannover Medical School, Germany Soo Downe, Chair of COST Action BIRTH Music from the conference
Parental Quality of Life after a very preterm birth: Rethinking family centredness by Mariana Filipa da Silva Amorim Downloaded it here (pdf). Deconstructing the concept ‘satisfaction with intrapartum care’ by Lucy Frith and Lea Takacs You can download the pdf here. Training in Qualitative Research Methodology and Analytical Framework by Stella Villarmea, Kenny Fynlaison, Carol… Continue reading STSM: Three new reports published
Here is a pdf copy of a book review on New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives by Sarah Church, Marie-Clare Balaam and Lucy Frith. The review is by Sophie Clare, staff midwife at Wexford General Hospital and was published in The Practising Midwife (June 2017). Download the pdf here.
Lucy Frith has produced a PowerPoint presentation titled: New insights into socio-cultural phenomenon that contextualize labour and birth, including marginalized groups and migrant women. You can download it here.
Several cost COST Action members have contributed to a new book to published by Pinter & Martin. You can pre-order the book here. (Press release) New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives Pinter & Martin Publishers proudly announce the launch in early 2017 of New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives. This edited… Continue reading MEMBERS CONTRIBUTE TO NEW BOOK: New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives