Grants and papers
SHI Grant Holders
- Nici Mackintosh, Associate Professor in Social Science Applied to Health, Leicester
- Nicky Hudson, Professor of Medical Sociology, DMU
- Jane Sandall, Professor of Social Science and Women's Health, KCL
- Tania McIntosh, Principal Lecturer in Midwifery/Historian, Brighton
- Nervo Verdezoto, Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Human Computer interaction, Leicester
- Sarah Gong, Lecturer in media and communication, Leicester
University of Leicester Tiger Team Funding:
N Mackintosh (PI), Qian (Sarah) Gong, Nervo Xavier Verdezoto: ‘DEPAC’: Digital enablement, promise and uncertainty in maternity care, 2017-2018
Arts and Humanities Research Council / Medical Research Council:
NX Verdezoto (PI), N Mackintosh, P Griffiths, N Bagalkot, D Harrington, S Chattopadhyay: ‘Healthy Crossroads in Pregnancy Care (HCPC) - A Scoping and Participatory Design Study of the Potential for ICTs to Improve Maternal Health in India’, 2018
Arts and Humanities Research Council
Visualising Reproduction, 4 June 2018 at De Montfort University
- Grönvall, E., and Verdezoto, N. (2013, September). Beyond self-monitoring: understanding non-functional aspects of home-based healthcare technology. In Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international joint conference on Pervasive and ubiquitous computing (pp. 587-596). ACM.
- Hanna, E., Gough, B., and Hudson, N. (2018). Fit to father? Online accounts of lifestyle changes and help‐seeking on a male infertility board. Sociology of health amd illness.
- McIntosh, T (2017) ‘Changing messages about place of birth in Mother and Baby magazine between 1956 and 1992’ Midwifery 54: 1-6
- McIntosh, T (2017) ‘Risk in childbirth; contemporary and historical perspectives’ MIDIRS Midwifery Digest 27 (2)
- Mackintosh, N., Rance, S., Carter, W., & Sandall, J. (2017). Working for patient safety: a qualitative study of women’s help-seeking during acute perinatal events. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 17(1), 232.