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2021-10-08A mixed-methods feasibility study of an intervention to improve men's mental health and wellbeing during their transition to fatherhood.Baldwin, S; Malone, M; Murrells, T; Sandall, J; Bick, D
2021-07Maternal help seeking about early warning signs and symptoms of pre-eclampsia: A qualitative study of experiences of women and their families.Carter, W; Bick, D; Mackintosh, N; Sandall, J
2020-10-06Midwifery continuity of care versus standard maternity care for women at increased risk of preterm birth: A hybrid implementation-effectiveness, randomised controlled pilot trial in the UK.Fernandez Turienzo, C; Bick, D; Briley, AL; Bollard, M; Coxon, K; Cross, P; Silverio, SA; Singh, C; Seed, PT; Tribe, RM; Shennan, AH; Sandall, J; POPPIE Pilot Collaborative Group
2019-09-01A qualitative exploratory study of UK first-time fathers’ experiences, mental health and wellbeing needs during their transition to fatherhoodBaldwin, S; Malone, M; Sandall, J; Bick, D
2019-05-14POPPIE: Protocol for a randomised controlled pilot trial of continuity of midwifery care for women at increased risk of preterm birthFernandez Turienzo, C; Bick, D; Bollard, M; Brigante, L; Briley, A; Coxon, K; Cross, P; Healey, A; Mehta, M; Melaugh, A; Moulla, J; Seed, PT; Shennan, AH; Singh, C; Tribe, RM; Sandall, J
2018-02-01Experiences of early labour management from perspectives of women, labour companions and health professionals: A systematic review of qualitative evidenceBeake, RM, MA, Research Associate, S; Chang, BA, MPhil, PhD, Lecturer, YS; Cheyne, RM, RGN, MSc, PhD, Professor of Midwifery, H; Spiby, MPhil, RN, RM, Professor of Midwifery, H; Sandall. RM, MSc, PhD, Professor of Social Science and Women's Health, J; Bick, D
2018-01-01Mental health and wellbeing during the transition to fatherhood: A systematic review of first time fathers’ experiencesBaldwin, S; Malone, M; Sandall, J; Bick, D
2016-12Predictors of birth-related post-traumatic stress symptoms: secondary analysis of a cohort study.Furuta, M; Sandall, J; Cooper, D; Bick, D
2016-10Severe maternal morbidity and breastfeeding outcomes in the early post-natal period: a prospective cohort study from one English maternity unit.Furuta, M; Sandall, J; Cooper, D; Bick, D