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New publication about anxiety in the perinatal period

A new paper by NPEU researchers Jane Henderson and Maggie Redshaw shows that perinatal anxiety is most commonly experienced by women living in disadvantaged circumstances and those with health problems. Women who report feeling anxious have significantly poorer perceptions of their care than women who don’t report anxiety. Read the paper.

New publication on ethnicity and experience of maternity care

A new paper by NPEU researchers Jane Henderson, Haiyan Gao and Maggie Redshaw shows significant variations across ethnic groups in experience of antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care; women from minority ethnic groups were generally less happy with their care. Read the paper

New publication on women with disability

A recently published paper by NPEU researchers Maggie Redshaw, Reem Malouf and Ron Gray describes the maternity care experience of disabled women in the UK. Read the paper.

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