Background and activities
Ingvild Aune is a Professor in Midwifery and Leader for the Master Programme in Midwifery, NTNU. She teaches in research methods, as well as various topics within normal pregnancy, birth and postnatal period. Her research area includes topics like promoting a normal birth, the woman's birth experience, relational continuity of midwifery care, women's experiences of ultrasound during pregnancy and midwives' ideology and professionalism. Her research area is also within midwifery education and interprofessional education.
- SYT3901 - Thesis in Midwifery
- SYT3306 - Practice Studies: Midwifery Care - Care of Women and Neonates with Special Needs. Women's Health/Gynecology
- SYT3302 - Midwifery Care 2
- SYT3307 - Practice Studies: Advanced and Integrated Midwifery Care
- SYT3301 - Midwifery Care 1
- SYT3305 - Practice Studies: Midwifery Care - Intrapartum and Postnatal Care
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2021) Gravide kvinners ønske om privat ultralydundersøkelse i første trimester. Sykepleien Forskning.
- (2021) Early discharge from hospital after birth: How Norwegian parents experience postnatal home visits by midwives – A qualitative study. Sexual & Reproductive HealthCare. vol. 30.
- (2021) Turkish midwives’ experiences and opinions in promoting normal births: A grounded theory study. Midwifery. vol. 99.
- (2021) Self-transcendence among adults 65 years and older: A meta-analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. vol. 36 (1).
- (2021) Development and psychometric testing of the ‘Mindful Breastfeeding Scale’ (MINDF-BFS) among postpartum women in Turkey. Current Psychology.
- (2020) Simulation as a pedagogical learning method for critical paediatric nursing in Bachelor of Nursing programmes: a qualitative study. Advances in Simulation. vol. 5 (24).
- (2020) Epidurals during normal labour and birth — Midwives’ attitudes and experiences. Women and Birth.
- (2020) Norwegian midwives’ experiences of relational continuity of midwifery care in the primary healthcare service: A qualitative descriptive study. Nordic journal of nursing research.
- (2020) Simulering som pedagogisk metode i lærerutdanning. Skandinavisk tidsskrift for yrker og profesjoner i utvikling. vol. 5 (1).
- (2020) Breastfeeding attitudes of refugee women from Syria and influencing factors: a study based on the transition theory. Perspectives in Public Health.
- (2020) All that I need exists within me: A qualitative study of nulliparous Norwegian women’s experiences with planned home birth. Midwifery. vol. 86.
- (2019) Able to choose? Women's thoughts and experiences regarding informed choices during birth. Midwifery. vol. 77.
- (2019) Caesarean birth experiences. A qualitative study from Sierra Leone. Sexual & Reproductive HealthCare. vol. 21.
- (2018) Simulation as a learning method in public health nurse education. Public Health Nursing. vol. 36 (2).
- (2018) Midwifery care based on a precautionary approach. Promoting normal births in maternity wards: The thoughts and experiences of midwives. Sexual & Reproductive HealthCare. vol. 16.
- (2018) Fathers' experiences during the first postnatal week at home after early discharge of mother and baby from the maternity unit: a meta-synthesis. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health.
- (2018) “I want a birth without interventions”: Women’s Childbirth Experiences from Turkey. Women and Birth. vol. 32.
- (2018) Identity and self-understanding among transgender women. Nordic Journal of Social Research. vol. 9.
- (2017) Health-promoting influences among women following early postnatal home visit by a midwife. Nordic journal of nursing research. vol. 38 (4).
- (2017) Nature works best when allowed to run its course. The experience of midwives promoting normal births in a home birth setting. Midwifery. vol. 50.