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Biography Dr Roz Haddrill trained and worked clinically as a midwife in Sheffield. She has taught at a number of universities in the North of England and, most recently, at Edinburgh Napier. She has been involved in teaching and supporting both undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare students, across a variety of programmes, and the development of pre-registration midwifery curricula. Her PhD focused on late booking for antenatal care. Her research interests include women's perceptions and experiences of maternity care, including access to and uptake of antenatal care and gestational diabetes care, and student midwife care.
Research Interests Midwifery education
Gestational diabetes
Health literacy and women’s perceptions of care
Infant feeding
Health inequalities