Findings from this project will be presented at the British Sociological Association’s Medical Sociology Month. For this, I have created a dedicated page discussing some of the findings – BSA MedSoc: Pregnant Migrants and the Ubiquitous Border. The page is password protected; please email me for the password.
At present, I am interviewing NHS staff who work with pregnant migrants in Leeds, Manchester, or Kirklees. Please get in touch if you qualify and are interested in being interviewed.
In addition, I am wrapping up interviews with migrant mothers, but I am still looking especially to interview:
a) women who have been asked to pay for their maternity care;
b) Europeans living in Leeds or Kirklees
Again, please get in touch if you would like to be interviewed, and share information about this project widely.