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Rebecca Whybrow

Dr Rebecca Whybrow RM, PhD, MSc, DipHE, BSc Hons, FHEA

Lecturer in Midwifery

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Biography

Dr Rebecca Whybrow is a Lecturer in Midwifery at King’s College London. As an experienced midwife, educator and researcher, Rebecca specialises in ‘high-risk’ pregnancies, intrapartum care, clinician and patient decision-making, and health service policy.

Rebecca’s NIHR funded PhD explored the implementation of shared decision-making in pregnant women with hypertension which included codesigned antihypertensive patient decision aids (endorsed by NICE).

Rebecca has spent two years at the Department of Health and Social Care advising ministers and policy makers on fetal brain injury reduction, maternity leadership and culture as well as the Women’s Health Strategy. She was also an ‘Intrapartum care for women with existing medical conditions and their babies’ NICE guideline committee member.

    Research

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    Midwifery & Maternal Health

    The Midwifery & Maternal Health Research Group is developing a programme of high-quality research to foster improvements to the delivery, outcomes and experiences of maternity care services.

    Events

    19OctDr Rebecca Whybrow, Dr Louise Webster and Marcus Green

    High-blood pressure in pregnancy: Implementing supported decision-making

    Can supported decision-making make the care of women with hypertension safer, as well more personal; and how can we successfully implement this approach in...

    Please note: this event has passed.

    Features

    5 minutes with Rebecca Whybrow

    5 minutes with Dr Rebecca Whybrow, Lecturer in Midwifery at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care

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      Research

      C0091669-Newborn_baby_s_grip_reflex-SPL
      Midwifery & Maternal Health

      The Midwifery & Maternal Health Research Group is developing a programme of high-quality research to foster improvements to the delivery, outcomes and experiences of maternity care services.

      Events

      19OctDr Rebecca Whybrow, Dr Louise Webster and Marcus Green

      High-blood pressure in pregnancy: Implementing supported decision-making

      Can supported decision-making make the care of women with hypertension safer, as well more personal; and how can we successfully implement this approach in...

      Please note: this event has passed.

      Features

      5 minutes with Rebecca Whybrow

      5 minutes with Dr Rebecca Whybrow, Lecturer in Midwifery at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care

      jcmb-at-night1903x558