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Mental health service use in children at risk of significant harm: a record linkage study of a child protection register. (2024)
Journal Article
BALL, W.P., ANDERSON, C., BLACK, C., GORDON, S., LACKENBY, M., MURCHIE, M., OSTROVSKA, B., O'SULLIVAN, K., ROWLANDS, H., RZEWUSKA DÍAZ, M. and BUTLER, J.E. [2024]. Mental health service use in children at risk of significant harm: a record linkage study of a child protection register. Social science and medicine [online], Articles in Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2024.117057

Children with experience of maltreatment, abuse or neglect have higher prevalence of poor mental health. In the United Kingdom, child protection services identify children at risk of significant harm on the Child Protection Register (CPR) and interve... Read More about Mental health service use in children at risk of significant harm: a record linkage study of a child protection register..

The influence of antenatal relaxation classes on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: a qualitative study. (2024)
Journal Article
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. [2024]. The influence of antenatal relaxation classes on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: a qualitative study. Journal of reproductive and infant psychology [online], (accepted). To be made available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/02646838.2024.2369937

There is growing evidence that antenatal education incorporating relaxation practices can positively influence perinatal psychological wellbeing. However, a paucity of qualitative research is evident. Gaining insight into how and why such education m... Read More about The influence of antenatal relaxation classes on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: a qualitative study..

Studying "closed" workplaces: "embedded-actualised" ethnography and reflections on "embeddedness" from the remote UK oilfields. (2024)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. [2024]. Studying "closed" workplaces: "embedded-actualised" ethnography and reflections on "embeddedness" from the remote UK oilfields. Ethnography [online], (accepted).

Energy-ethnographies of "closed" workplaces detail practices for achieving robust, authentic research. However, few publications highlight - experientially - benefits of developing connections; learning specifics of environments, peoples and customs... Read More about Studying "closed" workplaces: "embedded-actualised" ethnography and reflections on "embeddedness" from the remote UK oilfields..

Redefining freebirth as a self-care practice: findings from a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
VELO HIGUERAS, M., DOUGLAS, F. and KENNEDY, C. 2024. Redefining freebirth as a self-care practice: findings from a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis. Presented at the 2024 Robert Gordon University School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice (SNMPP) postgraduate research symposium, 23 May 2024, Aberdeen, UK.

This poster summarises the findings of a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis on freebirth - the act of giving birth intentionally without a qualified health care professional being present. The study found 22 publications and drew themes of for... Read More about Redefining freebirth as a self-care practice: findings from a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis..

Using emoji to explore midwives' perspectives of freebirth. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
VELO HIGUERAS, M., DOUGLAS, F. and KENNEDY, C. 2024. Using emoji to explore midwives' perspectives of freebirth. Presented at the 2024 Robert Gordon University School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice (SNMPP) postgraduate research symposium, 23 May 2024, Aberdeen, UK.

Controversial topics unearth deep-seated values about what is right or wrong. In the context of maternity care in high-income countries, freebirth - the deliberate decision to birth without professional attendance - has become one recent controversia... Read More about Using emoji to explore midwives' perspectives of freebirth..

Redefining freebirth as a reproductive justice issue. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
VELO HIGUERAS, M., DOUGLAS, F. and KENNEDY, C. 2024. Redefining freebirth as a reproductive justice issue. Presented at the 2024 Virtual International Day of the Midwife conference (VIDM 2024), 4-5 May 2024, [virtual event].

Freebirth or unassisted birth is currently defined as the deliberate choice to give birth without a regulated healthcare professional in countries where maternity care is available and easily accessible. Empirical evidence on this practice is limited... Read More about Redefining freebirth as a reproductive justice issue..

Protecting the integrity of children and young people's nursing as a distinct field of practice. (2024)
Journal Article
GARROW, A., BAILEY, K., BROWN, J., CLARKE, S., CAREY, M., NEILL, S., TODD, D. and FALLON, D. 2024. Protecting the integrity of children and young people's nursing as a distinct field of practice. Nursing children and young people [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.7748/ncyp.2024.e1512

At certain points in nursing history, it has been necessary to make a case for children and young people to be cared for by specialist nurses educated to meet their specific needs. However, in 2018 the updated Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) stan... Read More about Protecting the integrity of children and young people's nursing as a distinct field of practice..

Understanding lived experiences of navigating supermarket foodscapes of people living with obesity on a low income: the Food insecurity in people living with obesity (FIO) food project. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
DOUGLAS, F. and HUNTER, E., on behalf of the FIO Food Team. 2024. Understanding lived experiences of navigating supermarket foodscapes of people living with obesity on a low income: the Food insecurity in people living with obesity (FIO) food project. Presented at 2024 Scottish public health conference: inspiring change, 1 May 2024, Glasgow, UK.

Approximately 8 million adults and 3 million children in the UK are experiencing food insecurity in 2024. In the UK, healthier foods are three times more expensive per calorie than unhealthy foods. This limits dietary choices to a low-price, high-ene... Read More about Understanding lived experiences of navigating supermarket foodscapes of people living with obesity on a low income: the Food insecurity in people living with obesity (FIO) food project..

Exploring women’s motivations to freebirth and their experience of maternity care: a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis. (2024)
Journal Article
VELO HIGUERAS, M., DOUGLAS, F. and KENNEDY, C. 2024. Exploring women's motivations to freebirth and their experience of maternity care: a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis. Midwifery [online], 134, article number 104022. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2024.104022

Freebirth is currently defined as the deliberate decision to give birth without a regulated healthcare professional. Previous reviews have identified factors influencing women's decision to freebirth, yet there is limited evidence on what is the care... Read More about Exploring women’s motivations to freebirth and their experience of maternity care: a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis..

A uniquely positive, self-described patient experience with the R-MAOI Moclobemide, prescribed for treatment-resistant-depression-anxiety. (2024)
Journal Article
ADAMS, N.N. 2024. A uniquely positive, self-described patient experience with the R-MAOI Moclobemide, prescribed for treatment-resistant-depression-anxiety. Psychiatry research [online], 337, article number 115924. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2024.115924

Treatment-resistant clinical depression and linked-anxiety represents a serious debilitating illness. Individual presentation differs. Symptoms can be co-occurring depressive-state and high-anxiety [1], [2]. My own longitudinal experiences with depre... Read More about A uniquely positive, self-described patient experience with the R-MAOI Moclobemide, prescribed for treatment-resistant-depression-anxiety..