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Prof Billie Hunter  -  PhD(University of Wales Swansea), PG Diploma in Midwifery, BNurs, RM, RN, HV, PGCE


Current PhD students:

Nasiha Al-Braiki

Neonatal pain and its management: the knowledge and attitude of neonatal nurses and paediatricians in Oman.

(Supervisors: Professor Billie Hunter, Dr Katie Featherstone)

Areej Haitham

The meaning of postpartum health and illness from the perspective of mothers and healthcare providers in Saudi Arabia. 

(Supervisors: Dr Katie Featherstone, Professor Billie Hunter)

Lowri Hansford 

Identifying the needs of mothers whose babies are admitted to Neonatal intensive care.

(Supervisors: Professor Billie Hunter)

Marie Lewis

Do women trust midwives to provide complete midwife led care?

(Supervisors: Prof Billie Hunter, Dr Aled Jones)

Sigfríður Inga Karlsdóttir                                                                                    

Expectations and Experience of Childbirth, Focusing on Pain and Pain management. (University of Iceland, Reykjavik. Member of Doctoral Committee. Supervisors: Dr Olof Asta Olafsdottir, Prof Ingela Lundgre,  Dr. Herdís Sveinsdóttir )

Mandayachepa Nyando

Experiences of care givers looking after a child with HIV and AIDS in rural Malawi

(Supervisors: Dr Katie Featherstone, Professor Billie Hunter)

 

Completed PhDs: 

Michael Coffey

Jan 2009 Accomplishing being ordinary: identity talk of people conditionally discharged from secure forensic settings. (Swansea University, supervisors: Prof David Hughes, Prof Billie Hunter)

Eryl Zac Maunder 

'The Emotion Work Experiences of Children's Nurses Caring For Life Limited Children and Young People from a Community and Children's Hospice Perspective'. (Swansea University. Supervisors: Prof David Hughes, Prof Billie Hunter)

Lucie Warren

Managing weight gain in pregnancy: women’s experience and clinical practice. Full-time RCBC PhD Studentship.

(Swansea University. Supervisors Dr Jaynie Rance, Prof Billie Hunter)