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Research papers

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Conference presentations

Haora P, Da Motta G, Harden A, Kaur I, McCourt C, Rayment J, Wiggins M (2016) “An ‘Integrated’ Realist Review: Informing Service Innovation in Maternity Care”, Oral presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Realist Evaluation & Synthesis,Conference Proceedings; 2nd -5th October, Centre for the Advancement of Realist Evaluation & Synthesis (CARES), University of Liverpool, London.

Wiseman O, Da Motta G, Rayment J, McCourt C, Haora P, Kaur I, Wiggins M, Sawtell M, Syed A & Harden A on behalf of the REACH Pregnancy Programme Team (2016) “The feasibility of setting up group antenatal care (‘Pregnancy Circles’) in an area of high socio-economic, linguistic and ethnic diversity”, Oral presentation at the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Annual Conference Proceedings, 19th -20th October, Harrogate, Yorkshire.

Salisbury C, Harden A, Findlay G, Sweeney L, Wiggins M, Sawtell M, Sheridan K, on behalf of the REACH Pregnancy Programme Team (2016) “Using a co-design approach to reduce health inequalities: a process evaluation of a community intervention to promote early initiation of antenatal care”, Poster presentation at the Faculty of Public Health Annual Conference, 14th -15th June, Brighton Centre, Brighton. 

Sweeney L, Sawtell M, Wiggins M, Salisbury, C, Harden A, on behalf of the REACH Pregnancy Programme Team (2016) “Community REACH: A community-centred intervention to increase early uptake of antenatal care”, International Health Conference, 22nd June, King's College London.

Salisbury C, Findlay G, Sweeney L, Wiggins M, Sawtell M, Harden A, on behalf of the REACH Pregnancy Programme Team (2016) “Community engagement using a co-production approach to promote early initiation of antenatal care: An in-depth qualitative exploration of participant involvement and perceived impact”, International Health Conference, 22nd June, King's College London.

Haora P, Rayment J, McCourt C, Falvey-Browne C, Castro Cardona F, Kaur I, Harden A, on behalf of the REACH Pregnancy Programme Team (2015) “The REACH Pregnancy Programme: A Feasibility Study, Pilot and Randomised Controlled Trial of a Local Model of Group Antenatal Care in East London - Work in Progress”, Poster presentation at the 10th Normal Labour & Birth Research Conference, 15th- 17th June 2015, Grange-Over-Sands, UK.

 

Reports and other resources

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