Maggie Redshaw is an internationally renowned developmental psychologist with over 150 publications. Over the last 30 years, key aspects of her work have included the experiences and longer term development of babies born preterm. Dr Redshaw’s work has also included the experiences of mothers and fathers and neonatal intensive care staff and the organisation and delivery of neonatal intensive care. She has also undertaken studies exploring developmental care of full term and preterm babies.
Her extensive research studies include qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research, often focusing on the needs of new mothers and families. She has a global perspective on health care issues and has conducted internationally-based research with studies in Australia at the University of Queensland. She is an editor for the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology and associate editor for BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. She is a co-editor for the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology and is currently associate editor of BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth.
In 1998 Maggie was a founder member of the Brazelton Centre UK, which she has continued to support, joining the board of trustees in 2016 and is chair of the Training Committee.