The perinatal period—from 20 completed weeks of pregnancy to 28 completed days after childbirth—is a critical time for both mother and baby. This period comes with increased risk of maternal and perinatal mortality, making research in this area imperative and impactful. Linked below are recent publications and news stories discussing research and discovery in the perinatal period.

Research Publications

In Obstetrics & Gynecology July 2023 – Maternal and Delivery Characteristics and Self-Reported Perceived Control During Labor

In the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology July 2023 – Risk of recurrent severe maternal morbidity: A population-based study

In Maternal and Child Health Journal May 2023 – The Effects of Accompaniment on Maternal Anxiety During Elective Cesarean Delivery: A Quasi-experimental Study

In the News