Birth before arrival at hospital in the South West: an exploration of inequalities and call-taker advice
Joining the PPI group to advise on a study about birth before arrival at hospital
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This project will be looking at the number of babies born before arrival (BBA) at hospital and looking to see how many of these are cold on arrival to hospital, and what the outcomes are for these babies. We will also be looking at the advice given to callers around keeping babies warm when they are born outside of hospital. You would be asked to attend up to four meetings (virtually) , to have a chat about your views on the research, as well as providing feedback on a few documents.
2nd March 2022
2nd September 2022
University of the West of England (UWE) Bristol/South West Academic Health Science Network
The project lead is Dr Laura Goodwin, a Senior Research Fellow in the Emergency Care team at UWE Bristol. The project is managed by a group made up of researchers and health professionals who have expertise in midwifery, emergency care, child health, and paramedic science. The evaluation is funded by the South West Academic Health Sciences Network (AHSN).
Children and young people
Health services and health delivery
Reproductive health and pregnancy
All of research
Designing and managing
What support is offered?
Support and mentoring available
£22.29 per hour
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?