Research highlights mental health impact of severe pregnancy sickness, HG
A systematic review of qualitative research on the impact of severe pregnancy sickness has shown that some women can become suicidal from the severity and long duration of symptoms.
Charities and medical experts call for all women to be offered 'royal standard' of pregnancy sickness treatment
PhD student Caitlin Dean leading conference to explore latest research and treatment for severe pregnancy sickness HG - saying it should be offered to all women
Meet Professor Jill Shawe - the new Director of the University's Institute of Health and Community
Meet the new Director of the Institute of Health and Community, Professor Jill Shawe
Perinatal mental health (degree and masters level)
Increase your knowledge in the care of childbearing women with perinatal mental health needs with this professional development module from University of Plymouth
“So much more than morning sickness” – conference to help combat Duchess’s pregnancy condition
Severe pregnancy sickness condition HG affects around 15,000 women each year – including, in both of her pregnancies, the Duchess of Cambridge. Now a PhD student is leading an international conference to help improve associated treatment.
Women suffering severe pregnancy sickness are not getting required support, new research shows
Research by PhD student Caitlin Dean shows that women suffering severe pregnancy sickness are not receiving the support they need – with some even terminating wanted pregnancies as a last resort.
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Research to reduce pain for pregnant women
University of Plymouth news: A partnership between a Cornwall-based business and University of Plymouth means that research at the Royal Cornwall Hospital could lead to a reduction in a major source of pain for pregnant women.