Relevant publications by Perinatal Physical Activity Research Group members
Donnelly, G., Rankin, A., Mills, H., De Vivo, M, Goom, T & Brockwell, E. (2020) Infographic. Guidance for Medical, Health and Fitness Professionals to Support Women in Returning to Running Postnatally. British Journal of Sports Medicine.
De Vivo, M & Mills, H. (2020). 2019 Women in Sport and Exercise Conference abstracts: Introducing This Mum Moves: An Educational Campaign to Support Pregnant Women and New Mothers in Enjoying and Benefitting from an Active Lifestyle. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal. 28 (1), 55-65.
Draper, S., De Vivo, M. & Mills, H. (2020). 2019 Women in Sport and Exercise Conference abstracts: Exercise professionals’ confidence in engaging women to be physically active during pregnancy. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal. 28 (1), 55-65.
Mills, H., Atkinson, L., Olander, E.K., Smith, D.M., Hayes, L., Currie, S., Newham, J., Foster, C., & De Vivo, M. (2019).A bump start needed: Linking guidelines, policy and practice in promoting physical activity during and beyond pregnancy. British Journal of Sports Medicine- editorial.
De Vivo, M & Mills, H ( pre-print). Predicting physical activity engagement during pregnancy: Novel application of the theory of planned behaviour through scrutiny of the role of past behaviour. SportRxiv.
De Vivo, M. & Mills H. (2019) “They turn to you first for everything”: Midwives’ perspectives on roles, responsibilities, and barriers in providing physical activity advice and guidance during pregnancy. BMC- Pregnancy and Childbirth,19, 462.
Tilley, E, DeVivo, M., Mills, H & Johnson, B (2019). Condition specific resources for healthcare professionals11: Physical Activity and Pregnancy. Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), Royal College of Nursing (RCN), British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BAsem).
Kräker, K., O'Driscoll, J., Schütte, T., Herse, F., Patey, P., Golic, M., Geisberger, S., Verlohren, S., Birukov, A., Heuser, A., Mueller, D., Thilaganathan, B., Dechend, R., & Haase, N (2019). Statins reverse postpartum cardiovascular dysfunction in a rat model of preeclampsia. Hypertension. IN PRESS.
Buddeberg, B.S., Sharma, R., O’Driscoll, J.M., Kaelin Agten, A., Khalil, A & Thilaganathan, B. (2018) Cardiac maladaptation in obese pregnancy at term. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. doi: 10.1002/uog.20170.
Buddeberg, B.S., Sharma, R., O’Driscoll, J.M., Kaelin Agten, A., Khalil, A & Thilaganathan, B (2018). Cardiac maladaptation in term pregnancies with preeclampsia. Pregnancy Hypertension.198-203.
Walker, C, Mills, H & Gilchrist, A (2017). Experiences of physical activity during pregnancy resulting from in vitro fertilisation: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. 35, (4) 365-379.
De vivo, M., Hulbert, S., Mills, H & Uphill, M (2016). Examining exercise intention and behaviour during pregnancy using the Theory of Planned Behaviour: A meta-analysis. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. 34 (2) 122-138.
Starting at the Beginning: Conception to Beyond Birth. British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) annual conference in November 2019, Glasgow.
‘This mum moves’. Pushing Boundaries: Women in Sport and Exercise Conference, Twickenham, June 2019.
Exercise professionals’ confidence in engaging women to be physically active during pregnancy. Pushing Boundaries: Women in Sport and Exercise Conference, Twickenham, June 2019.
A mixed methods approach to advance the understanding of physical activity behaviour during pregnancy. European Federation of Sport Psychology/ British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES-FEPSAC), Nottingham, Nov 2017
“Already tired – do I need to be more tired?!” Eliciting the modal salient exercise beliefs of pregnant women in East Kent (United Kingdom). British Psychological Society (Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology), Leeds, Dec 2015
Examining the effectiveness of the Theory of Planned Behaviour in predicting exercise intention and behaviour during pregnancy: Preliminary findings from a random effects meta-analysis, British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Nov, 2014