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A mixed methods review to develop and confirm a framework for assessing midwifery practice in perinatal mental health (2018)
Journal Article
Wadephul, F., Jarrett, P. M., Jomeen, J., & Martin, C. R. (2018). A mixed methods review to develop and confirm a framework for assessing midwifery practice in perinatal mental health. Journal of advanced nursing, 74(10), 2258-2272. doi:10.1111/jan.13786

Aim: To ascertain whether a new framework examining midwifery practice in perinatal mental health is supported by the research literature. Background: The identification and care of women with perinatal mental health problems is increasingly consider... Read More

Women’s experiences of commercial three-dimensional ultrasound scans (2015)
Journal Article
Glover, L., Jomeen, J., & Wadephul, F. (2015). Women’s experiences of commercial three-dimensional ultrasound scans. MIDIRS midwifery digest, 25(4), 433-438

Ultrasound has become a routine part of UK maternity care and has a range of diagnostic and screening purposes. The last two decades have seen the development of three-dimensional (3D) scans, which use computer software to produce a seemingly 3D imag... Read More

3D Ultrasound in Pregnancy: Discourses, Women’s Experiences and Psychological Understanding (2013)
Thesis
Wadephul, F. 3D Ultrasound in Pregnancy: Discourses, Women’s Experiences and Psychological Understanding. (Thesis). University of Hull. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/917138

This study explores discourses around private three- and four-dimensional (3/4D) ultrasound scans in pregnancy, the experiences of women who have 3/4D scans and what impact these scans may have on pregnant women. A critical discourse analysis of... Read More

Maternal-fetal relationships and psychological health: Emerging research directions (2013)
Journal Article
Walsh, J., Hepper, E. G., Bagge, S. R., Wadephul, F., & Jomeen, J. (2013). Maternal-fetal relationships and psychological health: Emerging research directions. Journal of reproductive and infant psychology, 31(5), 490-499. doi:10.1080/02646838.2013.834311

Maternal representations of, and relationships with, the unborn baby appear to be associated with psychological health in pregnancy and beyond, and might play an important role in identifying women who need additional support, as well as providing an... Read More