A concept analysis questioning the ambiguous use of the term migrant women
Balaam, MC, Haith-Cooper, M, Pařízková, A, Weckend, M, Fleming, V, Roosalu, T, Špoljar Vržina, S. (2017) A concept analysis of the term migrant women in the context of pregnancy. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 23,6
Research around migrant women’s experiences of health services:
Arshad, F, Haith-Cooper, M and Phalloti, P (2018) The experiences of pregnant migrant women in detention; a qualitative study British Journal of Midwifery 26,9
Lephard E, Haith-Cooper M, Pregnant and seeking asylum; exploring experiences ‘from booking to baby’ (2016) British Journal of Midwifery, 24, 2, 130-136
Haith-Cooper M, (2014) Mobile translators for non-English-speaking women accessing maternity services. British Journal of Midwifery, 22,11,795–803
Balaam, M-C , Akerjordet K, Lyberg A, Kaiser B, Schoening E, Fredriksen A-M, Ensel A, Gouni O and Severinsson E(2013) A qualitative review of migrant women’s perceptions of their needs and experiences related to pregnancy and childbirth. Journal of Advanced Nursing 69(9), 1919– 1930. doi: 10.1111/jan.12139 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/jan.12139
Murray de López, J. (2019) Maintaining the Flow: competing metaphors of risk and contamination in breastfeeding in Mexico, Medical Anthropology Quarterly doi:10.1111/maq.12511
Murray de López, J. 2018, When the Scars Begin to Heal: Narratives of Obstetric Violence in Chiapas, Mexico, International Journal of Health Governance, Special Edition Maternity Care Governance in a Global Context 23(1), 60-69. doi:10.1108/IJHG-05-2017-0022
Research related to health interventions to support asylum seekers and refugees
Haith-Cooper M (2014) An evaluation of a family health programme for newly arrived asylum seekers living in an initial accommodation centre in Northern England MIDIRS, September, 24,3
Haith-Cooper, M, Waskett, C, Montague, J and Horne, M (2018) Exercise and physical activity in asylum seekers in Northern England; using the theoretical domains framework to identify barriers and facilitators, BMC Public Health open access 18, 762
McCarthy R, Haith-Cooper M (2013) Evaluating the impact of befriending for pregnant asylum seeking and refugee women. British Journal of Midwifery. 21(6): 276-281
Balaam, M-C, Kingdon, C, Thomson, G, Finlayson, K and Downe, S (2015) ‘We make them feel special’: The experiences of voluntary sector workers supporting asylum seeking and refugee women during pregnancy and early motherhood. Midwifery March 2016 Volume 34, Pages 133–140. https://www.midwiferyjournal.com/article/S0266-6138(15)00341-1/abstract
Haith-Cooper, M, Stacey, T & Bailey, F (2018) Hospital postnatal discharge and sepsis advice: Perspectives of women and midwifery students. British Journal of Midwifery 26(4)
Research around perinatal mental health and forced migrant women
Firth A and Haith-Cooper M (2018) Vulnerable migrant women and postnatal depression: A case of invisibility in maternity services? British Journal of Midwifery. 26(2): 78-84.
Collins, C; Zimmermann C; Howard L (2011) Refugee, asylum seeker, immigrant women and postnatal depression: rates and risk factors. Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 2011 14(1) pp 3-11.
Educational research about migrant women
Haith-Cooper M, Bradshaw G (2013) Meeting the health and social needs of pregnant asylum seekers; midwifery students perspectives. Part 1; Dominant discourses and midwifery students. Nurse Education Today, 33,9, 1008–1013
Haith-Cooper M, Bradshaw G (2013) Meeting the health and social needs of pregnant asylum seekers; midwifery students’ perspectives. Part 2; Dominant discourses and approaches to care. Nurse Education Today.33,8, 772-777
Haith-Cooper M, Bradshaw G (2013) Meeting the health and social needs of pregnant asylum seekers; midwifery students’ perspectives. Part 3; The pregnant woman within the global context”; an inclusive model for midwifery education to address the needs of recently arrived migrant women in the UK. Nurse Education Today. 33,9,1045–1050
Publications focusing on increasing resilience in migrant women:
Balaam, M-C, Haith-Cooper, M, Korfker D, Savona-Ventura (2017) Asylum seekers and refugees: a cross European perspective. In: Psychosocial resilience and risk in the perinatal period: implications and guidance for professionals. edt. G Thomson & V Schmied Routledge London
Viken, B, Balaam, M-C and Lyberg, A (2017) A salutogenic perspective on maternity care for migrant women. In: New thinking on improving maternity care: International perspectives. Pinter & Martin. ISBN 978-1-78066-240-4
General migrant women
Duda-Mikulin, E.A. (2013). Migration as opportunity? A case study of Polish women: migrants in the UK and returnees in Poland. Problemy Polityki Społecznej (Eng.: Social Policy Issues), 23(4), pp. 105-121.
Duda-Mikulin, E.A. (2013). Citizenship in action? A case study of Polish migrant women moving between Poland and the UK. Culture & Education, 6(99), pp. 205-224.
Duda-Mikulin, E.A. (2014). Interviewing Polish Migrant Women in the United Kingdom and Poland. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd. doi: 10.4135/978144627305014529524.
Duda-Mikulin, E.A. (2018). Migrant women’s welfare in times of crisis. In T. Fouskas (Ed.) Migrants and Refugees in Times of Crisis. European Public Law Organisation.
Duda-Mikulin, E.A. (2017). ‘Should I stay or should I go now?’ Exploring Polish women’s returns “home”. International Migration. Doi: 10.1111/imig.12420.
Murray de López, J. (2015). Conflict and Reproductive Health in Urban Chiapas: Disappearing the Partera Empίrica, Anthropology Matters (16)1
Lonergan, G. (2012) Reproductive Justice and Migrant Women in Great Britain Women: A Cultural Review 23(1): 26-45
Lonergan, G. (2015) Migrant Women and Social Reproduction Under Austerity Feminist Review 109: 124-143