Dr Susanna Rance


NameDr Susanna Rance
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-7508-6895
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addresss.rance@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteHealth, Sport & Bioscience

Research outputs

Barriers to women's access to alongside midwifery units in England

Rayment, J., Rance, S., McCourt, C. and Sandall, J. 2019. Barriers to women's access to alongside midwifery units in England. Midwifery. 77, pp. 78-85.

Organising safe and sustainable care in alongside midwifery units: Findings from an organisational ethnographic study

McCourt, Christine, Rance, S., Rayment, Juliet and Sandall, Jane 2018. Organising safe and sustainable care in alongside midwifery units: Findings from an organisational ethnographic study. Midwifery. 65, pp. 26-34.

Causas públicas, historias privadas: los derechos reproductivos y el aborto en Bolivia

Rozée, Virginie, Rance, S. and Mulder, Silvia Salinas 2016. Causas públicas, historias privadas: los derechos reproductivos y el aborto en Bolivia. Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Études Andines. 45 (3), pp. 389-406.

Working for patient safety: a qualitative study of women’s help-seeking during acute perinatal events

Mackintosh, Nicola, Rance, S., Carter, Wendy and Sandall, Jane 2017. Working for patient safety: a qualitative study of women’s help-seeking during acute perinatal events. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 17, p. Art. 232.

Place of Birth and Concepts of Wellbeing: An Analysis from Two Ethnographic Studies of Midwifery Units in England

McCourt, Christine, Rayment, Juliet, Rance, S. and Sandall, Jane 2016. Place of Birth and Concepts of Wellbeing: An Analysis from Two Ethnographic Studies of Midwifery Units in England. Anthropology in Action. 23 (3), pp. 17-29.

How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals

Pinkney, Jonathan, Rance, S., Benger, Jonathan, Brant, Heather, Joel-Edgar, Sian, Swancutt, Dawn, Westlake, Debra, Pearson, Mark, Thomas, Daniel, Holme, Ingrid, Endacott, Ruth, Anderson, Rob, Allen, Michael, Purdy, Sarah, Campbell, John, Sheaff, Rod and Byng, Richard 2016. How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals. National Institute for Health Research Journals Library.
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