In December 3-4th, our Institute of Health and Care Sciences will arrange a BfIN research conference. The focus of the conference is: Interpretative and reflective lifewold research methods in Childbearing, and maternity and neonatal care. (mer…)
This newly published research has attracted much attention in media. The article was published in Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare in March. First-time parents have been followed eight years after birth of first child. (mer…)
Christina Nilsson midwife at Sahlgrenska University Hospital and MSc defended her thesis about fear of childbirth on 8th June at Linnaeus University. By listening to birth stories from women a new understanding of fear of childbirth was mediated. (mer…)
During two days Gothenburg had the honor to arrange the national conference on reproductive health. The local committee of Swedish Midwifery Association had arranged a splendid program with all aspects on reproductive Health, but of course with focus on childbirth and the period around. We were around 400 midwives and some other participants of other professions. (mer…)
Yesterday we, the institute of Health and Care Sciences arranged a conference on maternity care in Sweden. We left the conference with new energy and challenges towards further improvements of maternity care. (mer…)
There are ups and downs in daily life as researcher. For me I got a ketchup effect lately which led to that three research papers were published as a result of good research teamwork. The papers concerns: childbirth experiences in slow labour, midwifery childbirth care, and midwifery education, regulation and association. (mer…)
It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to the Childbirth Research blog which is run by researchers at the Institute of health and care sciences at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg.
This blog is started with the aim to inform about our research and inspire researchers, clinicians and stakeholders in their promotive work for health in relation to childbirth. We are currently nine active researchers developing knowledge in terms of research and education within the field of childbirth. (mer…)