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Objective: To explore the attitudes and expectations of maternity care professionals to UK-born ethnic minority mothers. Methods: Qualitative in-depth interviews with 30 professionals from eight NHS… Continue Reading
OBJECTIVE to explore the factors that impact on UK-born ethnic minority women's experiences of and decisions around feeding their infant. DESIGN in-depth semi-structured interviews. PARTICIPANTS… Continue Reading
Referrals to children's palliative care services typically occur late in the illness trajectory, with many children who would benefit not referred at all. Previous studies report health care… Continue Reading
Drawing on a qualitative study about maternity care experiences of UK-born ethnic minority women in England, this paper describes and compares the efficacy of six recruitment strategies used for… Continue Reading
OBJECTIVE To facilitate improved and earlier access to palliative care for babies, a 4-h workshop on the principles, practice and resources in palliative care was delivered in 21 neonatal units… Continue Reading
The paper describes findings from an ethnographic study exploring understandings of love and intimacy amongst young heterosexual middle-class Indians of Gujarati origin in the UK and India. A… Continue Reading
Foreword ~ Judith Mudd Introduction ~ Mark Doidge, Katherine Twamley and Andrea Scott Part 1 What can sociology do? The sociologist as voyeur ~ Liza Schuster Why sociology? Mark Featherstone… Continue Reading
One of the first of its kind, this book compares understandings and experiences of love and intimacy of one distinct cultural group – Gujarati Indians – born and brought up in two different countries.
Objective: To explore the maternity care experiences and expectations of United Kingdom (UK)-born ethnic minority women. Methods: Qualitative in-depth interviews with 34 UK-born mothers of Black… Continue Reading