Josephine M Green
Affiliation: University of Leeds
- Factor structure, validity and reliability of the Cambridge Worry Scale in a pregnant populationJosephine M Green
Mother and Infant Research Unit, University of Leeds, UK
J Health Psychol 8:753-64. 2003..We conclude that the CWS is a reliable and valid tool for assessing the extent and content of worries in specific situations...
- Attitudes to prenatal testing and termination of pregnancy for fetal abnormality: a comparison of white and Pakistani women in the UKJenny Hewison
Professor of the Psychology of Healthcare, Institute of Health Sciences and Public Health Research, University of Leeds School of Medicine, 15 Hyde Terrace, Leeds LS2 9LT, UK
Prenat Diagn 27:419-30. 2007....
- Continuity of carer: what matters to women? A review of the evidenceJ M Green
Mother and Infant Research Unit, University of Leeds, 22 Hyde Terrace, Leeds LS2 9LN, UK
Midwifery 16:186-96. 2000..To consider how 'continuity of carer' has been defined in the literature and to review the literature on what aspects of continuity matter to women...
- Decisions about testing and termination of pregnancy for different fetal conditions: a qualitative study of European White and Pakistani mothers of affected childrenShenaz Ahmed
Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
J Genet Couns 17:560-72. 2008..The findings also challenge stereotypes about cultural differences in attitudes about termination of pregnancy...
- Attitudes towards prenatal diagnosis and termination of pregnancy for thalassaemia in pregnant Pakistani women in the North of EnglandShenaz Ahmed
Academic Unit of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9LT, UK
Prenat Diagn 26:248-57. 2006..This study is aimed at exploring the attitudes of pregnant Pakistani women towards prenatal diagnosis and termination of pregnancy for beta-thalassaemia major in the North of England...
- Parents' views on how health professionals should work with them now to get the best for their child in the futureJoyce L Marshall
Senior Lecturer, Department of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, West YorkshireProfessor of Psychosocial Reproductive Health, Mother and Infant Research Unit, Department of Health Sciences, University of York, Heslington, YorkProfessor of Midwifery, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy, University of Nottingham, Queen s Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK
Health Expect 17:477-87. 2014..Little is known about the acceptability and feasibility of such an approach to parents...
- Converting policy into care: women's satisfaction with the early labour telephone component of the All Wales Clinical Pathway for Normal LabourJosephine M Green
Mother and Infant Research Unit, Department of Health Sciences, University of York, UK
J Adv Nurs 68:2218-28. 2012..This article is a report of a study of women's experiences of, and satisfaction with, telephone communications within the All Wales Clinical Pathway for Normal Labour ('the Pathway')...
- Factors influencing the infant feeding decision for socioeconomically deprived pregnant teenagers: the moral dimensionLisa Dyson
Mother and Infant Research Unit, University of York, Heslington, York, UK
Birth 37:141-9. 2010..This study examined the psychosocial factors influencing infant feeding intention among pregnant teenagers expecting their first baby and living in deprived urban areas in England...
- Understandings of Down's syndrome: a Q methodological investigationLouise D Bryant
University of Leeds, Leeds, West Yorkshire UK
Soc Sci Med 63:1188-200. 2006..It is argued that this may affect the ability of some individuals to make decisions that are informed by their own views and values...
- Have women become more willing to accept obstetric interventions and does this relate to mode of birth? Data from a prospective studyJosephine M Green
Mother and Infant Research Unit, University of York, York, United Kingdom
Birth 34:6-13. 2007....
- Communication of prenatal screening and diagnosis results to primary-care health professionalsHelen Statham
Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge, Cambridge CB2 3RF, UK
Public Health 117:348-57. 2003..To describe how prenatal screening and diagnostic test results are communicated to primary care health professionals...