Table 4

Publications informing the themes

Bawadi, HA (2009). Migrant Arab Muslim women’s experiences of childbirth in the UK. XXXX
Bazley Goodwin, LK (2016). The midwife-woman relationship in a South Wales community: a focused ethnography of the experiences of midwives and migrant Pakistani women in early pregnancy. XXX
Hicks, C., & Hayes, L. (1991).
Link-workers in antenatal care: facilitators of equal opportunities in health provision or salves for the management conscience?
Leeds Family Health (1992). Research into the uptake of maternity services as provided by primary healthcare teams to women from black and minorities. XXX
Pershad, P., & Tyrrell, H. (1995). Access to antenatal and postnatal services for Asian women living in East Pollokshields, Glasgow. XXXX
Warrier, S. (1996). Consumer empowerment: a qualitative study of link-worker and advocacy services for non-English speaking users of maternity services. XXXX
Duff, L. A., Ahmed, L. B., & Lamping, D. L. (2002). Evaluating satisfaction with maternity care in women from minority ethnic communities: development and validation of a Sylheti questionnaire. XX
Harper Busman, K., & McCourt, C. (2002). Somali refugee women's experiences of maternity care in west London: a case study. XXXXX
Ali, N. (2004). Experiences of maternity services: Muslim women's perspectives. XXXXX
MacLeish, J. (2005). Maternity experiences of asylum seekers in England. XXXXX
Ahmed, S., Macfarlane, A., Naylor, J., & Hastings, J. (2006). Evaluating bilingual peer support for breastfeeding in a local sure start. XXXX
Redshaw, et al. (2007). Recorded delivery: a national survey of women's experience of maternity care 2006 . XXX
Nabb, J. (2006). Pregnant asylum-seekers: Perceptions of maternity service provision. XXX
Rowe, R. E., Magee, H., Quigley, M. A., Heron, P., Askham, J., & Brocklehurst, P. (2008). Social and ethnic differences in attendance for antenatal care in England. X
Hawkins, S. S., Lamb, K., Cole, T. J., & Law, C. (2008). Influence of moving to the UK on maternal health behaviours: Prospective cohort study. XX
Briscoe, L., & Lavender, T. (2009).
Exploring maternity care for asylum seekers and refugees.
Raine, R., Cartwright, M., Richens, Y., Mahamed, Z., & Smith, D. 2010). A qualitative study of women's experiences of communication in antenatal care: identifying areas for action. XXX
Tucker, A., Ogutu, D., Yoong, W., Nauta, M., & Fakokunde, A. (2010). The unbooked mother: a cohort study of maternal and foetal outcomes in a North London Hospital. XX
Lee, J-Y (2010). ' My body is Korean, but not my child's… ' : a Foucauldian approach to Korean migrant women's health-seeking behaviours in the UK. XX
Cross-Sudworth, F., Williams, A., & Herron-Marx, S. (2011). Maternity services in multi-cultural Britain: using Q methodology to explore the views of first- and second-generation women of Pakistani origin. XXX
Essen, et al. (2011). An anthropological analysis of the perspectives of Somali women in the West and their obstetric care providers on caesarean birth. X
Almalik, M. (2011). A comparative evaulation of postnatal care for migrant and UK-born women. XXXX
Binder, P., Borne, Y., Johnsdotter, S., & Essen, B. (2012a). Conceptualising the prevention of adverse obstetric outcomes among immigrants using the ' three delays ' framework in a high-income context. XXXX
O’Shaughnessy, R., Nelki, J., Chiumento, A., Hassan, A., & Rahman, A. (2012).
Sweet Mother: evaluation of a pilot mental health service for asylum-seeking mothers and babies.
Binder, P., Johnsdotter, S., & Essen, B. (2012b). Shared language is essential: communication in a multiethnic obstetric care setting. XX
Cresswell, J. A., Yu, G., Hatherall, B., Morris, J., Jamal, F., Harden, A., & Renton, A. (2013). Predictors of the timing of initiation of antenatal care in an ethnically diverse urban cohort in the UK. XX
Jomeen, J., & Redshaw, M. (2013). Ethnic minority women's experience of maternity services in England. XXX
BEMIS Scotland (2013). A comparative evaluation of postnatal care for migrant and UK-born women. XXX
Baldeh, F. (2013). Obstetric Care in Scotland: the experience of women who have undergone Female Genital Mutilation ( FGM ). XXX
Feldman, R. (2014). When maternity doesn't matter: Dispersing pregnant women seeking asylum. XX
Gorman, D. R., Katikireddi, S. V., Morris, C., Chalmers, J. W. T., Sim, J., Szamotulska, K., … & Hughes, R. G. (2014). Ethnic variation in maternity care: a comparison of Polish and Scottish women delivering in Scotland 2004 2009 . X
Greenhalgh, T., Clinch, M., Afsar, N., Choudhury, Y., Sudra, R., Campbell-Richards, D., & Finer, S. (2015). Socio-cultural influences on the behaviour of South Asian women with diabetes in pregnancy: Qualitative study using a multi-level theoretical approach. X
Phillimore, J. (2015). Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: The challenges of novelty and newness. XXXXX
Lamba, R. (2015). A Qualitative Study Exploring Migrant Pakistani-Muslim Women's Lived Experiences and Understanding of Postnatal Depression. XX
Shortall, C., et al . (2015). Experiences of Pregnant Migrant Women receiving Ante/Peri and Postnatal Care in the UK: A Doctors of the World Report on the Experiences of attendees at their London Drop-In Clinic. XXX
Moxey, J. M. & L. L. Jones (2016). A qualitative study exploring how Somali women exposed to female genital mutilation experience and perceive antenatal and intrapartum care in England. XXXX
de Chavez, A. C., Ball, H. L., & Ward-Platt, M. (2016). Bi-ethnic infant thermal care beliefs in Bradford, UK. X
Hufton, E., & Raven, J. (2016). Exploring the infant feeding practices of immigrant women in the North West of England: A case study of asylum seekers and refugees in Liverpool and Manchester. XX
Phillimore, J. (2016). Migrant maternity in an era of superdiversity: New migrants ' access to, and experience of, antenatal care in the West Midlands, UK. XX
Lephard, E., & Hait.h-Cooper, M. (2016).
Pregnant and seeking asylum: Exploring women's experiences from booking to baby ' .