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"Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. [Article] (2024)
Journal Article
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. 2024. "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. Women and birth [online], 37(3), article number 101587. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2024.02.003

The role of the midwife is emotionally demanding, with many midwives experiencing high levels of stress and burnout, and a great number considering leaving the profession. This has serious implications for the delivery of high-quality, safe maternity... Read More about "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. [Article].

The influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experience: an observational study. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., HOLLINS-MARTIN, C., FORBES-MCKAY, K. and MCVICAR, S. 2023. The influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experience: an observational study. Presented at the 2023 Lothian health and care professions research conference: achieving impactful healthcare research through clinical academic collaborations, 7 November 2023, Edinburgh, UK.

This presentation discusses the results of a study to review the outcomes of an antenatal relaxation class. The study aimed to examine the influence of this class on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth. The study used an observational ap... Read More about The influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on perinatal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experience: an observational study..

Exploring midwives' experiences of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP): a qualitative study. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. 2023. Exploring midwives' experiences of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP): a qualitative study. Presented at the 2023 Lothian health and care professions research conference: achieving impactful healthcare research through clinical academic collaborations, 7 November 2023, Edinburgh, UK.

This poster summarises the results of a study that sought to evaluate an emotional intelligence programme for midwives. This programme aimed to address reported challenges experienced by midwives in terms of a discrepancy between wanting to be emotio... Read More about Exploring midwives' experiences of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP): a qualitative study..

"Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' experiences of an emotional intelligence (EI) programme: a qualitative study. [Presentation] (2023)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., FORBES-MCKAY, K. and HUMPHREY, T. 2023. "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' experiences of an emotional intelligence (EI) programme: a qualitative study. Presented at the 15th International labour and birth conference, 24-26 April 2023, Grange over Sands, UK.

The role of the midwife is emotionally demanding, with many midwives experiencing high levels of stress and burnout, and a great number considering leaving the profession. This has serious implications for the delivery of high-quality, safe maternity... Read More about "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' experiences of an emotional intelligence (EI) programme: a qualitative study. [Presentation].

A different way of being. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., FORBES-MCKAY, K., HOLLINS-MARTIN, C. and MCVICAR, S. 2022. A different way of being. Presented at the 2022 Scotland maternity and midwifery festival, 29 November 2022, Edinburgh, UK.

This presentation gives an overview of the findings from the author's PhD project, which aimed to explore the impact of an antenatal relaxation class on maternal psychological wellbeing and childbirth.

A different way of being: the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on maternal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: an exploratory sequential mix-method study. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., FORBES-MCKAY, K., HOLLINS-MARTIN, C. and MCVICAR, S. 2022. A different way of being: the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class (ARC) on maternal psychological wellbeing and childbirth experiences: an exploratory sequential mix-method study. Presented at the 21st International normal labour and birth research conference, 12-14 September 2022, Aarhus, Denmark.

This poster describes a study that aimed to evaluate the impact of an antenatal relaxation class on the psychology and wellbeing of pregnant women during childbirth.

Expectant parents’ perspectives on the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class: a qualitative study. (2021)
Journal Article
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., FORBES-MCKAY, K. and LAU, A. 2021. Expectant parents’ perspectives on the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class: a qualitative study. Complementary therapies in clinical practice [online], 43, article ID 101341. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctcp.2021.101341

Aim: This study explores the perspectives of expectant parents on the influence of a single antenatal class incorporating education on childbirth physiology and relaxation techniques. Method: The data for this qualitative descriptive study were colle... Read More about Expectant parents’ perspectives on the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class: a qualitative study..

IBriS study: intervention supporting breastfeeding in substance dependency. (2016)
Thesis
MACVICAR, S. 2016. IBriS study: intervention supporting breastfeeding in substance dependency. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Introduction: Breastfeeding offers the substance exposed mother and child potential short and long-term health benefits, with breast milk shown to alleviate the severity of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. Substance dependent women, however, have limite... Read More about IBriS study: intervention supporting breastfeeding in substance dependency..

"Doing" is never enough if "being" is neglected: the influence of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP) on midwives' emotional wellbeing and experiences of practice: a pilot survey study.
Report
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. 2023. "Doing" is never enough if "being" is neglected: the influence of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP) on midwives' emotional wellbeing and experiences of practice: a pilot survey study. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/2158762

This brief report summarises the methodology, findings and conclusion of a study that aimed to evaluate the impact of an emotional intelligence training programme for midwives. The programme aimed to address known issues with high stress and burnout... Read More about "Doing" is never enough if "being" is neglected: the influence of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP) on midwives' emotional wellbeing and experiences of practice: a pilot survey study..