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Tracey Redwood


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My research career as an academic children’s nurse began with the completion of my PhD (2007), having previous undertaken my MSc part time while in Clinical practice. My PhD involved a phenomenological exploration of transition to motherhood and returning to work. Methodologically my expertise is in qualitative although I have been involved in projects of mixed methods. I have been fortunate to be involved in a variety of research projects while at the university for example with teenage Mums, children in care and young offenders. I led the development of a Universal Family Assessment tool with the Early Help in Early Years Project and we have recently published this project. I secured National Lottery Funding to create a centre for families in my local community which has been completed. We have recently completed the evaluation of the Charnwood project which involved Early Help for Vulnerable families. I am currently project lead for the Barnett Schools Resilience Project and involved in the qualitative aspects.


Mrs Hadiza Azi - The impact of culture on maternal health service utilisation among women of reproductive age 15 - 49 years in Bauchi state, North-Eastern Nigeria: An ethnographic approach.

Mrs Deborah Baborah - Exploring health literacy in the general population and health care providors in South-West Nigeria.

Mrs Karen Graves - The impact of a New Model of Mentorship on Nurse education: implications for practice.

Mr Joshua Ige - An exploration into how forensic Mental Health service users experience work.

Mr Stephen Zingwe - The lived experience of career progression of NHS BME senior managers/executives in the South West of England and greater London: an interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) study.

Mr Francis Beckett - A cognitive anthropological inquiry into the embodied mascutinities of men who nurse.

Mrs Sarah Ibordor - How the creation and interactions of online identites impacts the well-being of mothers with social media.


Dr Judith Knight - Occupational Identity changes in later life.

Dr Jude Ominyi - Exploring evidence-based practice implementation in Nigerian Acute Care Context: a collective case study.

Dr Deborah Pugh - Listening to different voicies in families using alternative and augmentative communication.

Dr Alison Tresidder - The perceptions and expeiences of being diagnosed with lymphangioleiomyomatosis.

Education/Academic qualification

University of Northampton


Award Date: 20 Sep 2009

PhD, University of East Anglia

12 Oct 200320 Jan 2007

Award Date: 20 Jan 2007

PGCE, University of Wales

1 Oct 200120 Feb 2002

Award Date: 20 Feb 2002

Master, University of Manchester

1 Oct 19991 Oct 2000

Award Date: 20 Jan 2001

Bachelor, University of Queensland

Jun 19911 Jun 1994

Award Date: 19 Oct 1994

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Research Output

Early help in early years: developing a universal assessment tool

Redwood, T., Neill, S., Church, S. & Spencer, M., 18 Apr 2018, In : Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing. 42, 3, p. 1-13 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

Open Access
  • G44 Early start in early years: Evaluating a vulnerable first time parent programme

    Redwood, TC., Callagham, J. & Alexander, J., 5 Oct 2017, In : BMJ (Online). 102, 1, p. A19

    Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

  • G221 Early help in early years: professional review of a universal assessment tool: Abstract G221 Table 1

    Redwood, T., Neill, S., Church, S. & Spencer, M., 27 Apr 2015, In : Archive of Disease in Childhood. 100, Suppl 3, p. A93.2-A93 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to JournalAbstract

    Open Access
  • Diagnosis and treatment of asthma in children

    Redwood, T. & Neill, S., 29 Sep 2013, In : Practice Nursing. 24, 5

    Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

  • Exploring attitudes and behaviour towards teenage pregnancy

    Redwood, T., Pyer, M. & Armstrong-Hallam, S., 1 Mar 2012, In : Community Practitioner. 85, 3, p. 20 - 23 4 p.

    Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

  • Parent and healthcare professional use of language: a literature review

    Burrows, M., Neill, S., Redwood, T., Corr, S. & Lakhanpaul, M., 12 Oct 2012.

    Research output: Contribution to ConferencePoster


    Benefits of Swimming with Babies (SWB) approach: an exploratory study

    Arvinen-Barrow, M., Redwood, T., Townsend, N., Armstrong-Hallam, S., Pyer, M. & Kitson, E., 1 Dec 2010.

    Research output: Contribution to ConferencePoster

    Exploring changes in practice: when midwives and nurses become mothers

    Redwood, T., 2 Jan 2008, In : British Journal of Midwifery. 16, 1, p. 34-38 5 p.

    Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle