Liverpool Skylilne

Natural Sciences and Psychology

Dr Kayleigh Sheen

Dr Kayleigh Sheen

Telephone: 0151 904 6294

Publications

Journal article

Spiby H, Sheen KS, Collinge S, Maxwell C, Pollard K, Slade P. 2018. Preparing midwifery students for traumatic workplace events: findings from the poppy (programme for the prevention of posttraumatic stress disorder in midwifery) feasibility study Nurse Education Today, >DOI

Nightingale S, Spiby H, Sheen KS, Slade P. 2018. Posttraumatic stress symptomatology following exposure to perceived traumatic perinatal events within the midwifery profession: The impact of trait emotional intelligence Journal of Advanced Nursing, >DOI

Nightingale S, Spiby H, Sheen K, Slade P. 2018. The impact of emotional intelligence in health care professionals on caring behaviour towards patients in clinical and long-term care settings: Findings from an integrative review International Journal of Nursing Studies, 80 :106-117 >DOI >Link

Slade P, Pais T, Fairlie F, Simpson A, Sheen K. 2016. The development of the Slade-Pais Expectations of Childbirth Scale (SPECS) JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY, 34 :495-510 >DOI >Link

Sheen K, Spiby H, Slade P. 2016. What are the characteristics of perinatal events perceived to be traumatic by midwives? MIDWIFERY, 40 :55-61 >DOI >Link

Sheen K, Spiby H, Slade P. 2016. The experience and impact of traumatic perinatal event experiences in midwives: A qualitative investigation INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES, 53 :61-72 >DOI >Link

Sheen K, Slade P. 2015. The efficacy of 'debriefing' after childbirth: Is there a case for targeted intervention? JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY, 33 :308-320 >DOI >Link

Sheen K, Spiby H, Slade P. 2015. Exposure to traumatic perinatal experiences and posttraumatic stress symptoms in midwives: Prevalence and association with burnout INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES, 52 :578-587 >DOI >Link

Sheen K, Slade P, Spiby H. 2014. An integrative review of the impact of indirect trauma exposure in health professionals and potential issues of salience for midwives JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 70 :729-743 >DOI >Link

Slade P, Sheen KS, Collinge S, Butters J, Spiby H. A programme for the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder in midwifery (POPPY): indications of effectiveness from a feasibility study European Journal of Psychotraumatology,

Nightingale S, Spiby H, Sheen K, Slade P. ...Post-traumatic stress symptomatology following exposure to perceived traumatic perinatal events within the midwifery profession: the impact of trait emotional intelligence Journal of Advanced Nursing,

Sheen KS, Slade P. Examining the content and moderators of women's fears for giving birth: A meta-synthesis Journal of Clinical Nursing,

Chapters

Slade P, Sheen KS, Spiby H. 2017. Vicarious Traumatization in Maternity Care Providers Biopsychosocial Factors in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Cambridge University Press 9781107120143

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Identifying fear of childbirth in a UK population: Examination of the clarity, acceptability and content validity of existing measurement tools., Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology's 38th Annual Conference, Oral presentation

What do midwives and their managers think about POPPY (Programme for the prevention of posttraumatic stress disorder in midwifery): Findings from a feasibility study., Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology's 38th Annual Conference, Lodz, Poland, Flash Poster Presentation

A programme for the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in midwifery (POPPY): preliminary indications of effectiveness from a feasibility study, Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology's 38th Annual Conference, Lodz, Poland, Oral presentation

External committees:

Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology, Registered Charity (No 1013235), Communications Officer, committee member, https://srip.org/