The Healthy Child Programme 0–5 was first introduced in 2009. This report refreshes the 2009 evidence by consolidating key messages from two recently completed evidence reviews.
Study looking the impact of targeted support on birth-related outcomes and experiences.
Report released by Agenda and Women in Prison on black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) women in the criminal justice system.
Report examining the circumstances of women who live in poverty, the nature and extent of violence and abuse experienced by them and the impact this has on mental health and quality of life.
Publication focusing on ways in which women-centred approaches can be adopted to benefit local authorities, partner agencies and residents.
Birth Companions commissioned the McPin Foundation, a mental health research charity, to evaluate their Community Link service.
Study exploring experiences of maternity care among women from different socio-economic groups in order to improve understanding of why socially disadvantaged women have poorer maternal health outcomes in the UK.
Report investigating the health impact of dispersal and relocation on pregnant women seeking asylum and new mothers.
This briefing paper produces findings and recommendations which could be used to inform a much-needed national strategy for the management of foreign national women in the justice system.