School of Nursing and Midwifery

Theme: MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH

Prof. Maria Lohan

Theme Co-ordinator

The Maternal and Child Health research group has widely recognised expertise in studying high risk groups in pregnancy, childbirth, infancy and childhood. Overall the programme aims to identify and reduce preventable burden and complexity in women and their families in the perinatal period and in children with long term health conditions or disabilities, recognising that health and well-being in the perinatal period and early years of childhood is important for adult health and well-being across generations.

Related Projects

If I Were Jack

Young Men and Unintended Pregnancy

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NICORE

Specialist Neonatal Project

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HIV & Pregnancy

Education for Healthcare Professionals

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Pablab

The Parent & Baby Lab

Women with Diabetes

Prepared to plan

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Improving Children's Lives

interdisciplinary research and teaching

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NICPR

Children and Young People with Cerebral Palsy

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maternity SURVEY

Women's Experience of Maternity Care

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Brief tRIAL

Midwifery training & Practice

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