Student often falsely think that dissertation topics in midwifery can only be related to pregnancy. Let me tell you that the field is much wider and diversified. Midwifery dissertation titles can also be on post-pregnancy care or issues during labour and childbirth. I have seen several midwifery dissertation research topics which have nothing to do with pregnancy – general reproductive health of women is also a topic under this field, though such midwifery dissertation topics need more literature review help than others.
List of midwifery dissertation topics:
Now that you know how many choices you have, here is a more specified list of topics for midwifery for you. With that, you can also take help for writing your midwifery dissertation from us:
The disparity between women’s expectation and experience during childbirth- A qualitative investigation.
What does literature reveal about alternative strategies to avoid neonatal death due to asphyxia in the absence of assisted ventilation?
Knowledge of Postpartum depression among midwives- a grounded research investigation.
An evaluation of the effectiveness of the non-pharmacological local intervention to treat postpartum pain in alternative medicine among Asian communities in the UK.
Challenges encountered in the resumption of sexual activity after pregnancy- a cross-cultural qualitative investigation in the UK.
What do women from different cultural backgrounds feel towards male midwives in the UK?
Reversal of lung function in newborns: Systematic literature review on midwives’ knowledge of extra-uterine life management.
A phenomenological exploration of parent’s anxiety before and after the circumcision of newborn males in specific communities in the UK.
A cross-cultural evaluation of taboos attached to breastfeeding in public places in the UK.
Providing perinatal care to alcoholic pregnant women: A meta-analysis.
Missing Black Midwives: Exploring the obstacles causing a low representation of racial minorities in the midwifery profession.
Providing healthcare services to Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Persons: A survey on the attitude of healthcare providers.
Palliative care by midwives: A historical overview of the transition in the role of midwives in the US.
Does preeclampsia increase the risk of chronic hypertension? A review of the literature.
Risk of at-home abortions: Change in the knowledge and attitude of women after counselling sessions.
A systematic review of risk factors and treatment options for urogenital infections in rural women.
The challenge of providing reproductive and sexual health care to victims of intimate partner violence: A qualitative inquiry.
A systematic review in midwifery research: A survey of midwifery students planning for their research designs.
Epidemiology and Associated Risks of Planned Cesarean Birth in the UK.
An analysis of the role of midwives in counselling of preventive strategies to avoid sexual transmission of Zika virus to newborns.
Rebuilding the bridge between virgin girls and midwives: A survey on access and views about midwifery among girls with no sexual experience.
An attitude of pregnant women against the implementation of the basic immunization program in villages in developing countries.
An exploration of the determinants of a supportive environment for maternity care in low socioeconomic regions in the UK- counsels from midwives.
Why choose midwifery as a profession? Qualitative interviews of midwives from different cultural origins in the UK.
How helpful is the theoretical knowledge of midwives in stressful situations? A grounded theory investigation.
The impact of maternal emotional responses to midwives’ decision making during the childbirth process- how does it affect outcomes?
An exploration of the quality of midwife care based on the socio-economic environment of the service unit in the UK.
Determinants of support by midwives to pregnant women with emotional distress- a literature review.
What is the role of midwives in the pre-birth, birth and post-birth process for both maternal and child health outcomes? a systematic literature review.
The emotional distress of pregnant women suffering from Intimate Partner Violence in marriages in the UK and implications for midwifery support.
Birthing experiences of rural and urban midwives in the UK- a qualitative research.
Experiences of male midwives across different cultural areas in the UK- a qualitative survey.
A literature-based evaluation of the determinants of midwifery care and quality across the globe.
What are the key facilitators and challenges to teamwork in the midwifery profession in the UK? A grounded theory research.
The work-life balance and quality of life of Black midwives in the UK- a phenomenological evaluation.
The role of midwives in counselling women about the place suitable for the birthing process- a systematic literature review.
The comparative experiences of homebirth midwives versus hospital midwives – an online survey.
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