Mary is a Specialty Trainee Year Seven (ST7) in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and has been working at the the Centre of Maternal and Newborn Health for four years, during which time she has completed her PhD in ‘Assessing Maternal Morbidity’.
Mary undertook the VSO – RCOG Fellowship working as a full-time volunteer Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in Ethiopia for one year.
Mary has experience in clinical and health systems research in both the UK and aboard.
Mary is currently conducting research on the definition and measurement of maternal morbidity.
Mary has experience in clinical teaching and supervision for midwifery and medical undergraduate and postgraduate students both in the UK and aboard. Mary is currently involved in lecturing on different modules within the Masters in International Public Health.
Supervision of Master students
What interventions are available for women who report domestic violence during and after pregnancy in LMIC: a systematic review
How women’s symptoms related to ill-health? Subjective versus objectives measures of maternal morbidity.
Healthcare providers’ views of maternal mental in Ghana.
Healthcare providers’ views of barriers to providing effective pain relief for women during and after birth in Tanzania.
Healthcare providers’ views of domestic violence in women during and after pregnancy in Pakistan – paper published.
Secondary analysis of domestic violence in pregnancy in a population-based survey of women in Jamaica.
Determinants of skilled birth attendant utilization among women of childbearing age in Somalia.
Relevant Expertise, Professional Memberships
Research Mary has extensive experience in designing and conducting clinical audit, surveys, quantitative and qualitative research in various low-resource settings.