Biography

 In the last three years I have held strategic roles related to PGR training and am currently Associate Dean for PGR in the graduate school of Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. I have worked at UEA since 2001 with a two year part time secondment as a research fellow at the Royal College of Midwives (2008 – 2010). From 2000 – 2001 I worked as a research associate at Queens University Belfast. Previous experience includes community and hospital midwifery posts.

Professional registrations:

Registered Midwife

Registered Nurse

Lecturer/practice educator

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Qualifications:

2005   PhD  in Midwifery Technology Competence, University of Ulster
2003   PG Dip Higher Education, University of Greenwich
1999   MSc  Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast 
1998   BSc Hons Health Studies, Queen's University Belfast

All Publications

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Walker, S., Perilakalathil, P., Moore, J., Gibbs, C., Reavell, K., Crozier, K.

(2015)

Standards for midwife Practitioners of external cephalic version: A Delphi study

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Bates, K., Crozier, K.

(2015)

Managing Childbirth Emergencies in the community and low tech settings

UEA Repository

(Book)


Gruneberg, F., Crozier, K.

(2015)

Delayed cord clamping in the compromised baby

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Pfeil, M., Crozier, K., Pulford, A., Ferguson, Y., Mahon, D., Lewis, M.

(2014)

Living with a Gastric Band: A Qualitative Study

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Ewart, L., Gibbs, C., Moore, J., Crozier, K.

(2014)

Exploring the effects of advancing patient and family-centred care (PFCC) within an acute adult cardiac ward.

UEA Repository

(Article)


Crozier, K., Chotiga, P., Pfeil, M.

(2013)

Factors influencing HIV screening decisions for pregnant migrant women in South East Asia

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Wray, J., Lindsay, B., Crozier, K., Andrews, L., Leeson, J.

(2013)

Exploring perceptions of psychological services in a children's hospice in the United Kingdom

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Hargreaves, K., Crozier, K.

(2013)

A conceptual understanding of the factors that influence breastfeeding cessation.

UEA Repository

(Article)


Moore, J., Crozier, K., Kite, K.

(2012)

An action research approach for developing research and innovation in nursing and midwifery practice: Building research capacity in one NHS foundation trust

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Sosa, G., Crozier, K., Robinson, J.

(2012)

What is meant by one-to-one support in labour: Analysing the concept

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Crozier, K., Moore, J., Kite, K.

(2012)

Innovations and action research to develop research skills for nursing and midwifery practice: the Innovations in Nursing and Midwifery Practice Project study

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Chotiga, P., Crozier, K., Pfeil, M.

(2010)

Researching with hard-to-reach groups: working with Burmese migrant women in Thailand

UEA Repository

(Article)


Sridawruang, C., Crozier, K., Pfeil, M.

(2010)

Attitudes of adolescents and parents towards premarital sex in rural Thailand: A qualitative exploration

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)


Crozier, K., Sinclair, M., Kernohan, G., Porter, S.

(2007)

Ethnography of technological competence in clinical midwifery practice

UEA Repository

(Article)


Crozier, K., Sinclair, M., Kernohan, K., Porter, S.

(2007)

The development of a model illustrating midwifery decision making in technology

UEA Repository

(Article)


Hammond, S., Crozier, K.

(2007)

Depression: assessing the causes

UEA Repository

(Article)


Hammond, S., Crozier, K.

(2007)

Gloomy anticipation: Identifying risk factors for antenatal depressive illness

UEA Repository

(Article)


Porter, S., Crozier, K., Sinclair, M., Kernohan, G.

(2007)

New Midwifery? A qualitative analysis of midwives' decision-making strategies

UEA Repository

(Article)


Crozier, K., Sinclair, M., Kernohan, W., Porter, S.

(2006)

Birth technology competence: a concept analysis

UEA Repository

(Article)


Crozier, K.

(2005)

Analysing Midwifery Competence in Birth Technology

(Other)


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Key Research Interests

My research interests are centred on maternal health, transition to parenting, midwifery care delivery and innovation in practice as well as research capacity and capability building. I have experience in using mixed methods approaches as well as ethnography, phenomenology, concept development and action research.

Recent research

Evaluation of a neonatal end of life care pathway Project funded by DH for East Anglia Children’s Hospice (EACH) 2010 – 2011

A concept mapping study exploring reasons for discontinuation of breastfeeding. 2011 – 2012 funded by RCM

INMPP (Innovations in Nursing and Midwifery Practice Project) 2008 - 2011

Scoping exercise on nursing and midwifery research and innovation. Funded by James Paget University Hospital (2008).

Action research project for research capacity building 2008 – 2011 Funding from NHS East Of England. 

Commissioned systematic review of baby skincare. Educational grant from Johnson and Johnson and RCM 2010

Research students

I supervise MPhil/PhD students who are conducting studies in the following:

  • The lived experience of Miscarriage and Termination of Pregnancy in Thai women
  • One to one care in Labour
  • Mental ill health in Pregnancy
  • Prenatal Predictors and Correlates of Early Postnatal Relationships and Outcomes
  • The experience of planned Breech Birth
  • Impact of an alongside birthing unit on the adjacent consultant led unit

 

Teaching Interests

As NMC lead Midwife for education at UEA I have a strategic role in the quality of midwifery education. I have vast experience in curriculum development and have been involved in validation for programmes externally. I teach on  midwifery modules in the undergraduate and post registration programmes. My teaching includes research methods, mental health in pregnancy, the care of vulnerable women and service development and innovation.  In addition I facilitate seminars and tutorials on the PGR professional and personal development programme.

External Activities and Indicators of Esteem

  • Lead Midwife for Education Strategic advisory group to NMC
  • Royal College of Midwives Research Standing Group member 2012 - 2013
  • Doctoral Midwifery Research Society (DMRS) Executive committee member since 2007 Academy of Nursing Midwifery and Health Visiting Research (UK) Committee member since 2008
  • East of England Regional Perinatal and Infant Mental Health network Steering group member 2009-2011
  • Johnson and Johnson Infant skincare advisory board member 2009 - 2010
  • Department of Health: Preparing for Birth and Beyond. Member of the expert advisory group 2009 - 2010