Post-term pregnancy and induction of labour resources

booksThe subjects of ‘post-term’ pregnancy and induction of labour have been close to my heart for a long while, and were the topic of my PhD thesis (2008).  But I realised recently that, although I speak all over the world on this topic and have written several articles and blog posts about my PhD findings and related issues, I hadn’t actually uploaded all the articles I have written on this and/or made a list of go-to resources which could be easily found in one place – so here goes!

Firstly, a few articles that I have written from my PhD and related work that are freely available on this website:

 

There are also a number of relevant blog posts and research updates on this site, including:

Post-term pregnancy course slide purple

Click here to find out about online courses designed to help you better understand the evidence and feel confident in talking about post-term pregnancy

Ten things I wish every woman knew about induction of labour

Ten things I wish every woman knew about induction of labour: the article

Fixed point due dates and wider windows (part 1)

Fixed point due dates and wider windows (part 2)

Women’s LMP dates are just as accurate as scans

Pregnancy length varies even more than we thought

Induction for advanced maternal age

Can I have a natural placental birth after induction?

Induction, augmentation and autism

Let’s be clear: labour onset is either spontaneous OR induced!

What is a stretch and sweep?

Women’s experiences of cervical ripening

Induction of labour: what do women think?

Further evidence that inducing labour in healthy women increases the chance of caesarean

How to cancel a labour induction?

 

If you’d like to chat with me about the issues, then I often speak on this topic and I also run an online course called post-term pregnancy: exploring evidence, inspiring confidence. I’d love to see you there 🙂

 

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