Our research has been published in medical journals and presented at conferences both in the UK and abroad. You can find more information on our website www.neonatalresearch.net


  1. Richards J, Graham R, Embleton ND, Campbell C, Rankin J. Mothers’ perspectives on the perinatal loss of a co-twin: a qualitative study. BMC Preg Child. 2015;15(1):143.
  2. Hayes L, Richards J, Crow L, Campbell C, Embleton ND, Rankin J. Development of guidelines for health professionals supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy. Infant. 2015;11:164–6
  3. Richards J, Graham RH, Embleton ND, Rankin J. Health professionals’ perspectives on bereavement following loss from a twin pregnancy: a qualitative study. J Perinatol. 2016;36:529
  4. Rankin, J., Hayes, L. & Embleton, N. Survey of UK health professionals supporting parents after loss from a twin pregnancy. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 21, 58 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-021-03543-9
  5. The Butterfly project: supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy. Available from: www.neonatalbutterflyproject.org
  6. The Butterfly project – Supporting parents and families affected by the loss of babies from multiple pregnancies - Our Sam
  7. Boutillier B, Embleton ND, Bélanger S, Bigras-Mercier A, Larone Juneau A, Barrington KJ, Janvier A. Butterflies and Ribbons: Supporting Families Experiencing Perinatal Loss in Multiple Gestation. Children (Basel). 2023 Aug 18;10(8):1407. doi: 10.3390/children10081407. PMID: 37628406; PMCID: PMC10453894.