Master Theses

 

2019

  • Valentina Bronzo: Comparing shared-caseload and standard midwifery care during childbirth: a retrospective cohort study

  • Tabea Gasser: Analyzing factors associated with the urgency of referral from primary healthcare facilities in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional observational study.

  • Dr. Claudia Limmer: Measuring disrespect and abuse during childbirth in a high-income country: Development and validation of a German self-report tool

  • Antonia Müller: The scope of antenatal care by Swiss midwives - a prospective cross-sectional study

  • Jasmine Sidler: Das Assessment der sozialen Faktoren in der Schwangerenvorsorge in der Deutschschweiz – eine Querschnittstudie

  • Clémence Vital Durand: Exploration of midwives’ characteristics and reported practices and their association with risk perception during normal labour: a replicated survey in French-speaking midwives of Belgium

  • Piroska Ilona Zsindely: Childbirth Experiences of Swiss Primigravid women: A secondary thematic analysis

     

     

2018

  • Britta Charbel Issa: Ansichten und Kenntnisse von Eltern frühgeborener Kinder hinsichtlich Frauenmilchspende
  • Janice Hill: Community birth and transfer forprimiparous women: a retrospective cohort study
  • Christelle Kaech: Knowledge about Gestational Diabetes: An appraisal among midwives in Western Switzerland
  • Suniva Portz: Development of a scale measuring clinicians´ attitudes towards VBAC and examination of associations to individual and institutional factors – a cross sectional OptiBIRTH follow-up study
  • Céleste Vincent: Antenatal care midwifery-led and spontaneous visits in emergency services during pregnancy
  • Diane Waller: Comparison of spontaneous vaginal birthand intervention rates between two models of maternity care in a Swiss tertiary hospital

 

 

2017

  • Maud Elmaleh: Women´s Experience of Psychoeducational Perinatal Interview – A qualitative approach
  • Joke Hillhorst: Identifying characteristics of birthing women regarding receiving pharmacological pain management: a cohort study
  • Celine Schick: First assessed cervical dilatation in labour ward: Is it associated with the mode of birth and oxytocin augmentation during labour? A retrospective cohort study
  • Pia Steinbrück: Tätigkeitsprofile für ein Praxiscurriculum im Externat. Identifizierung des Tätigkeitsprofils der freiberuflichen Hebammenarbeit in Deutschland und Lernzielempfehlungen für ein Externats-Praxiscurriculum im Rahmen der Hebammenausbildung bzw. Studium

 

 

2016 

  • Nathalie Crea: Factors associated with midwives’ autonomy in decision-making in Western Switzerland: a survey
  • Daphne Leeffers: A retrospective cohort study to examine the effectiveness of dexamethasone for women at risk of preterm birth in a low resource setting on the Thailand-Myanmar border
  • Joana Streffing: Ein Fragebogen zur Angst junger Erwachsener vor Schwangerschaft und Geburt

 

 

2015

  • Magali Bonzon: Modes of birth for a pregnancy following a previous caesarean section - Survey of factors associated with women’s preferences in western Switzerland
  • Hanna Gehling: Care-seeking behavior for newborns in rural Zambia
  • Elleana Hoekstra: Full versus partial scope of practice and integrated midwifery care in Ontario, CA
  • Emma Swift: A cross-sectional survey of childbirth fear and intervention preferences in the Islandic student population
  • Laura Zinßer: Die Einstellung von Hebammen zur Förderung der normalen Geburt
  • Dirkje Zondag: A secondary data longitudinal analysis of effects of different types of analgesia on duration and mode of birth: The DurAn-Study

 

 

2014 

  • Anne Prokoph: The length of the inter-pregnancy interval (IPI) and its association with the outcome of trial of labour after caesarean section (TOLAC) – a retrospective cohort study of secundiparous women
  • Francoise Roy Mali: Maternal mindfulness experience during the postpartum period

 

 

2013 

  • Susanne Grylka-Bäschlin: Application of the Mother-Generated Index to German-speaking women for the assessment of postnatal quality of life
  • Luise Lengler: Midwives’ attitudes regarding oxytocin augmentation in low risk birth (Welche Einstellung haben Hebammen gegenüber der intrapartalen Oxytocingabe bei risikoarmen Geburten?)
  • Gaby Schmidt: Linguistic validation of the German version of the Childbirth Self-efficacy Inventory (CBSEI) as well as its short form (CBSEI-C32) and an evaluation of their applicability (Linguistische Validierung der deutschen Version des Childbirth Self-efficacy Inventory (CBSEI) sowie dessen Kurzform (CBSEI-C32) inklusive einer vorläufigen psychometrischen Testung und der Überprüfung ihrer Anwendefreundlichkeit)

 

 

2012

  • Ursula Böhme: Hopeful migrants? Wellbeing of migrant pregnant women in Switzerland (Migrantinnen in guter Hoffnung? Zum Wohlbefinden schwangerer Migrantinnen in der Schweiz)
  • Carina Benstöm: Butylscopolaminiumbromid for the prevention and treatment of delay in the first stage of labour - a systematic review
  • Michaela Michel-Schuldt: Media competence of midwifery students in Austria, Germany and Switerzland: a survey