Doctoral StudentReproductive and perinatal
About Lisa Goldkuhl
Lisa is a PhD student in Reproductive and Perinatal Health. Her research interest concern the healthcare environment and its influence on the psychology and physiology of birth. Lisa is also a registered Midwife with working experience in hospital-based childbirth care.
Lisa is in the 4th year of her doctoral studies and her research aims to study the effect, influence, and meaning of the birth environment for women who give birth for the first time. Her research project also explores the implementation of a birthing room designed to support the physiology of birth in a hospital context. This doctoral research is part of the multidisciplinary research project called Room4Birth: Room4Birth | University of Gothenburg (gu.se)
Lisa teaches at the Midwifery program, mainly about physiological birth and professional support during labour and birth.
Impact of Birthing Room Design on Maternal Childbirth Experience: Results From the Room4Birth Randomized
Impact of the built environment on labour and birth outcomes: the Swedish Room4Birth randomised
Room4Birth - The effect of giving birth in a hospital birthing room designed with person-centred considerations: A Swedish randomised controlled
Lisa Goldkuhl, Hanna Gyllensten, Cecily Begley, Helle Wijk, Christina Nilsson, Göran Lindahl, Anna-Karin Ringqvist, Kerstin Uvnäs-Moberg, Marie Berg
Sexual & reproductive healthcare : official journal of the Swedish Association of Midwives - 2022
An ethnography of the influence and meaning of the hospital birthing room for labouring nulliparous
The influence and meaning of the birth environment for nulliparous women at a hospital-based labour ward in Sweden: An ethnographic
An adaptable birthing room and its effect on labour and birth – feasibility study for the randomised controlled trial; Room4Birth in
Room4Birth - the effect of an adaptable birthing room on labour and birth outcomes for nulliparous women at term with spontaneous labour start: study protocol for a randomised controlled superiority trial in