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Black History Month Mini-Series: White Allyship, what it means to me
The following post was first published on City's Let's Talk about Race blog in early September. We are re-sharing it today as part of our Black History Month M (More)
Supporting Your Team Through Change: 1-2-1 Techniques
Supporting Your Team through change The transition to remote working, along with all the changes going on in the wider world can take some time to adapt to.  We might be on the side of being quite open to change, or we might find that adapting to (More)
Research Update December 2019-August 2020
BMJ Open, 2019 Dec 30;9(12):e032469, doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-032469. Improving mental health and physiological stress responses in mothers following traumatic childbirth and in their infants: stu (More)
Research Update - October & November 2019
 2019 Nov 27. doi: 10.1007/s00737-019-01011-0. [Epub ahead of print (More)
Perinatal Mental Health: Expanding the Focus to the Family Context
Contributions invited to the Frontiers in Psychiatry/Psychology research topic of 'Perinatal Mental Health: Expanding the Focus to the Family Context'.  Sample subtopics include: - Fathers’/partners’ perceptions of and reactions to pregnancy and (More)
Research Update July - September 2019
Prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Following Caesarean Section: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. J Womens Health (Larchmt).More)
Research Update April-June 2019
Effect of the Sacred Hour on Postnatal Depression in Traumatic Childbirth: a Randomized Controlled Trial. More)
May Research Update
Predicting Posttraumatic Stress Disorder after Childbirth O’Donovan, A.; Alcorn, K.L.; Patrick, J.C.; Creedy, D.K.; Dawe, S. & Devilly, G.J. (2014). More)
Attentional Biases in Birth-Related PTSD
by Rebecca Webb, Centre for Maternal & Child Health Research, City University London While birth can be a positive experience for many women, up to one third of women describe their birth as traumatic (More)
“She was perfect, a beautiful baby girl... only sleeping”: Stillbirth and PTSD in the era of DSM-5
by Elizabeth Ford, Research Fellow, Brighton & Sussex Medical School. http://www.bsms.ac.uk/research/our-researchers/elizabeth-ford/ Parents anticipate the arrival (More)
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