...once I started trusting in, like, my inner wisdom or, you know, whatever I feel like I got a lot less stressed out....

Focus Group Participant

Aston, M., Price, S., Paynter, M., Sim, M., Monaghan, J., Jefferies, K. & Ollivier, R. (2021). Mothers’ experiences with child protection services: Using qualitative feminist poststructuralism. Nursing Reports 11(14) 913-928

Ollivier, R., Aston, M., Price, S., Sim, M., Benoit, B., Joy, P., Iduye, D., & Akbari Nassaji, N. (2021). Mental Health & Parental Concerns during COVID-19: The Experiences of New Mothers Amidst Social Isolation. Midwifery. Vol 94, March 2021

Joy, P., Aston, M., Price, S., Sim, M., Ollivier, R., Benoit, B., Akbari Nassaji, N., & Iduye, D. (2020). Blessings and Curses: Exploring the Experiences of New Mothers During COVID-19 Pandemic. Nursing Reports. 10(2), 207-219.

Aston & Price et al (2020).  Narrative Map

Aston, M., Price, S., Monaghan, J., Sim, M., Hunter, A. & Little, V. (2018). Navigating and negotiating information and support: Experiences of first-time mothers. Journal of Clinical Nursing doi: 10.1111/jocn.13970

Price, S., Aston, M., Monaghan, J., Sim, S., Tomblin Murphy, G., Etowa, J., Pickles, M., Hunter, A., Little V. (2018). Maternal knowing and social networks: Understanding first time mothers' search for information and support through online and offline social networks. Qualitative Health Research, 28(10), 1552-1563.\

Aston, M., Etowa, J., Price, S., Vukic, A., Hart, C., MacLeod, E., Randel, P. (2016). Public health nurses and mothers challenge and shift the meaning of health outcomes. Global Qualitative Nursing Research 3, 1-10. doi:10.1177/2333393616632126

Aston, M., Price, S., Etowa, J., Vukic, A., Young, L., Hart, C., MacLeod, E., Randel, P. (2015). The power of relationships: Exploring how public health nurses support mothers and families during postpartum home visits Journal of Family Nursing, 21(1), 11-34. doi:10.1177/1074840714561524

Aston, M., Price, S., Etowa, J., Vukic, A., Young, L., Hart, C., MacLeod, E., Randel, P. (2014). Universal and Targeted Early Home Visiting: Perspectives of Public Health Nurses and Mothers. Nursing Reports, 4(1). doi: 10.4081/nursrep.2014.3290

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