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Adesuyi, Emmanuel O. and Akingbade, Oluwadamilare and Tola, Yetunde O. and Otun, Oluwadamilola and Faleti, Damilola M. and Fawole, Israel O. and Faleti, Daniel D. and Dairo, Emmanuel A. and Sado, Olamide and Adefehinti, Pelumi and Adewa, Taiwo Olubunmi (2023) Satisfaction and perceived impact of virtual learning during COVID-19 lockdown: A case study of an online nursing research conference. Nursing Open, 10 (9). pp. 6215-6227. ISSN 2054-1058

Akingbade, Oluwadamilare and Eniola, Oluwadara and Sulaiman, Adesina A. and Adesuyi, Emmanuel O. and Ilesanmi, Esther B. and Adesokan, Zainab O. and Ogunlowo, Bose C. and Akinokun, Rafiat T. and Oviri, Emmanuel and Eze, Chioma J. and Ayodele, Bolanle O. (2023) ‘Research is the last thing on our minds, we are in crisis’: Experiences of Lagos state nurses towards research and scholarly endeavours. Nursing Open. ISSN 2054-1058

Bailey, Elizabeth and Nightingale, Samantha and Thomas, Nicky and Coleby, Dawn and Deave, Toity and Goodenough, Trudy and Ginja, Samuel and Lingam, Raghu and Kendall, Sally and Day, Crispin and Coad, Jane (2022) First-time mothers’ understanding and use of a pregnancy and parenting mobile application (The Baby Buddy app): a qualitative study using appreciative inquiry. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 10 (11). ISSN 2291-5222

Onukwugha, F. and Dyson, Judith and Howlett, H. and Combe, K. and Catterick, M. and Cohen, J. and Smith, L. (2023) Reflections of maternity service users and midwives on the co-creation of interventions to support midwives addressing alcohol during antenatal care. Patient Education and Counseling. ISSN 0738-3991

Pezaro, S. and Maher, K. and Bailey, Elizabeth and Pearce, G. (2021) Problematic substance use: an assessment of workplace implications in midwifery. Occupational Medicine, 71 (9). pp. 460-466. ISSN 0962-7480

Pezaro, Sally and Maher, Karen and Bailey, Elizabeth and Pearce, Gemma (2022) Problematic substance use in midwives registered with the United Kingdom’s Nursing and Midwifery Council: A pragmatic mixed methods study. Midwifery, 112. p. 103409. ISSN 0266-6138

Raju, Sereena and Cowdell, Fiona and Dyson, Judith (2023) Midwives’ experiences of supporting healthy gestational weight management: A mixed methods systematic literature review. Midwifery, 124. ISSN 1532-3099

Raju, Sereena and Cowdell, Fiona and Dyson, Judith (2023) A systematic review of women’s experiences of interventions to prevent excessive gestational weight gain. Nursing for Women's Health. ISSN 1751-4851

Scholin, Lisa and Watson, Julie and Dyson, Judith and Smith, Lesley A. (2021) Midwives’ views on alcohol guidelines: A qualitative study of barriers and facilitators to implementation in UK antenatal care. Sexual and Reproductive Health, 29. ISSN 1877-5756

Smith, Lesley and Dyson, Judith and Watson, Julie and Scholin, Lisa (2021) Barriers and enablers of implementation of alcohol guidelines with pregnant women: a cross-sectional survey among UK midwives. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 21 (134). ISSN 1471-2393


Hibberd, Lorna and Burlingham, Martha and Denton, Jane and Turville, Nathalie and Bagness, Carmel and Bailey, Elizabeth (2022) RCN multiple births midwife standard: review of distribution and implementation. Project Report. Birmingham City University.

Turville, Nathalie and Macleod-Peters, Katie and Hingley, Liz and Denton, Jane (2022) Creating multiple connections - Exploring experiences of families with twins, triplets or more. Project Report. Birmingham City University.


Bailey, Roisin (2020) A Skin-to-Skin Contact Facilitating Garment used by Mother-Infant Dyads: Exploring its Acceptability, Usage and Effect on Health Outcomes in the Postnatal Period. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Edwards, Alison (2020) An investigation into the impact of vitamin supplementation, maternal characteristics and lifestyle choices on the development of pre-eclampsia. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

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