Newcastle University Pregnancy Research

Researchers from Newcastle University and The Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust are looking for pregnant women and new mums – with babies under one – to take part in some antenatal & postnatal research discussion sessions.

The sessions run a few times a year and each one lasts between 90 minutes – 2 hours. They are informal and friendly – the researchers just want some discussion and your feedback on the research projects they are doing.

I will also be there to co-facilitate the session.


Thursday, October 22nd at 2pm
This is an informal session which will last for about an hour. Please feel free to meet the needs of your baby – feed, change and soothe as you need to.

It runs over Zoom and you will be sent an invitation to join the session.

This research session is focused on: SUPPORTING PARENTS WITH INFANT SLEEP

Helen Ball from Durham University wants to design a research project to test a new approach for helping parents and enhancing the support they receive around coping with infant sleep.

This session is about finding out what parents think about this research project.

If you would like to join, please just send me a message. And thank you – your input is so valuable.

A specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting