Melanie Bayly

Posters and Presentations

Bayly, M., & Downe, P. J. (September, 2015). “It’s all my fault this happened”: Birth choices, outcomes, and moral responsibility. Paper presented at the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology annual conference, Nottingham, UK.

Bayly, M., & Downe, P. J. (September, 2015). Women’s negotation of birth-related stigma. Poster presented at the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology annual conference, Nottingham, UK.

Sangster, S. L., Bayly, M. K., Lawson, K. L., Krosnick, J. A., Silber, H., Stark, T., & Blom, A. (September, 2015). A national survey of Canadians’ attitudes towards midwifery. Poster presented at the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology annual conference, Nottingham, UK.

Peacock, S., Bayly, M., Gibson, K., Holtslander, M., O’Connell, M., & Thompson, G. (August, 2015). “I don’t expect to get over it, it’s just part of my life”: Insights from bereaved spousal dementia carers to inform family nursing. Poster presented at the 12th International Family Nursing Conference, Odense, Denmark.

Bayly, M. K., Sangster, S. L., & Lawson, K. L. (November, 2014). “Baby in one hand, mop in another”: A qualitative analysis of young adults’ beliefs about midwives. Poster presented at the Canadian Association of Midwives annual conference, Saskatoon, SK.

Sangster, S. L., Bayly, M. K., & Lawson, K. L. (September, 2014). “People who like organic food or go to yoga”: Young adults’ beliefs about people who chose midwifery care. Poster presented at the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology annual conference, Valetta, Malta. 

Agar, A. D., Lawson, K. L., Bayly, M., & Cey, E. (June, 2012). Perceptions of pregnant women with medical conditions: An attribution theory approach. Poster presented at the Canadian Psychological Association convention, Halifax, NS. 

Bayly, M. K. (2011, April). Discursive constructions of the HIV+ mother. Poster presented at the Arts and Science Graduate Students Poster Symposium, Saskatoon, SK.

Bayly, M. K. (2010, October). The HIV+ mother: Intensive mothering and compromised motherwork. Paper presented at the Mothers and the Economy: The Economics of Mothering Conference, Toronto, ON.

Bayly, M. K. (2010, June). Discursive constructions of motherhood within the context of HIV/AIDS. Paper presented at the Innovations in Qualitative Research Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

Journal Publications

Gelech, J., Bayly, M., & Desjardins, M. (2014). Our space: Formative assessment of an innovative pilot program for female brain injury survivors. Retrieved fromhttp:/www.femaleABI.com

Lawson, K.Bayly, M., Cey, E. (2013). Judgements regarding the acceptability of childbearing and parental fitness made towards women living with HIV. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of HIV/AIDS, 245,676-679.