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Cross-sectional Survey to Explore the Process of Care During Induction of Labour in a Sample of Units in the UK.

Leads: Prof Sara Kenyon, Dr Beck Taylor (Maternity), Dr Laura Quinn (Meths)

Dates: Summer/autumn 2021 - mid 2022

Fri 15 Jan 2021, 12:00 | Tags: Sara Kenyon Maternity Beck Taylor Methodology Laura Quinn

Survey of Women’s Views of Induction of Labour at Two Maternity Trusts in the West Midlands

Leads: Prof Sara Kenyon, Ms Fiona Cross-Sudworth (Maternity), Dr Laura Quinn (Meths)

Dates: February 2021 - July 2021


An Exploration of Changes to the Provision of Postnatal Care During COVID-19

Leads: Prof Sara Kenyon, Dr Beck Taylor, Dr Lauren Carson (Maternity), Dr Laura Quinn (Meths)

Dates: January 2020 - January 2024


An Exploration of the Number and Reason for Attendance of Pregnant and Newly Postnatal Women at Emergency Department of University Hospital Birmingham

Leads: Prof Sara Kenyon, Dr Lauren Carson (Maternity), Dr Katharine Reeves, Dr Hannah Crothers, Ms Sandra Remsing (Meths)

Dates: November 2020 - June 2021


Birmingham Symptom specific Obstetric Triage System (BSOTS)

Lead: Prof Sara Kenyon

Dates: 2011 - ongoing

Thu 14 Jan 2021, 13:00 | Tags: Sara Kenyon Maternity

Uptake of Results in Obstetric Trials in NHS

Leads: Dr Beck Taylor, Prof Sara Kenyon (Maternity), Dr Katharine Reeves, Dr Laura Kudrna, Dr Kelly-Ann Schmidtke (Meths)

Dates: Paused due to COVID-19


Community Neo-natal Jaundice Pathway: Improving Safety and Acceptability

Leads: Dr Beck Taylor (Maternity), Dr Katharine Reeves (Meths)

Dates: November 2019 - TBC

Thu 26 Nov 2020, 17:33 | Tags: Maternity Beck Taylor Katharine Reeves Methodology

BEEM Trial - Improving Non-Directive Counselling to Empower Choice of Place of Birth

Place of Birth choices for healthy low-risk women: A comparison of a standalone E-Learning package or an e-learning package with additional support from a lead midwife to Evaluate the knowledge of Community Midwives- a randomised cluster controlled trial incorporating a modified Solomon design.

Leads: Professor Sara Kenyon (Maternity), Dr Laura Quinn (Meths)

Dates: April 2021- August 2022 (currently paused due to COVID-19)

Thu 26 Nov 2020, 16:47 | Tags: Sara Kenyon Maternity Methodology Laura Quinn