COVID-19 literature search packs
During these uncertain times, it’s important for midwives, maternity support workers and student midwives to find out the latest research and guidance on COVID-19 in maternity care.
We are now providing SIX literature search packs on COVID-19 (coronavirus) FREE so that you are up to date with the latest evidence-based research.
These literature search packs will be updated regularly and when new research becomes available.
Information on vaccination against COVID-19 for pregnant women and those considering pregnancy. Includes records on safety, fertility, pregnancy outcome, vaccination while breastfeeding, decision-making, accessibility and take-up of vaccination, exclusion of pregnant women from clinical trials, and parliamentary questions.
Records on Coronavirus (COVID-19) in pregnancy. Includes choice and accessibility of maternal health services.
Includes coronavirus symptoms and infection in infants, Kawasaki disease-like symptoms in children, vertical disease transmission, infant feeding, infant development following infection, safeguarding infants and children during the pandemic.
Records on the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on midwives, student midwives, maternity support workers and other health care professionals. Includes mental health and well-being, occupational health and safety specifically related to the current pandemic, personal protective equipment (PPE), changes in working hours and practice, retention, recruitment and redeployment of midwives, impact on midwifery education etc.
Records on the impact of COVID-19 on labour, delivery and intrapartum care. Includes material on mode of delivery, birth partners, support in labour, place of birth, choice and availability of maternal health services, and policies in labour wards and birthing facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Records on the impact of COVID-19 on the health and care of women and their families in the postnatal period. Includes the transition to parenthood and experiences of new parents during the pandemic.