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Jo Green
Emeritus Professor



Jo Green is a research psychologist working in the field of Reproductive Health. She worked for many years at the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge, before moving to Leeds in 1996 to join Mary Renfrew in setting up a new research group which became the Mother and Infant Research Unit. Jo's work has focused on psychosocial aspects of pregnancy, birth, early parenthood and genetic testing.


  • BA(Hons) 
  • PhD
  • AFBPsS
  • CPsychol



Jo's research interests include the psychosocial aspects of childbearing, psychosocial implications of genetic and reproductive technologies and maternity service delivery and organisation.

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External activities

Editorial duties

Invited talks and conferences

  • COST Action IS0907 invited paper on “Outcome measurement in surveys of women’s experiences of maternity care” Athens, March 2011
  • British Psychological Society's Perinatal Faculty, Glasgow, May 2012
  • Free University of Amsterdam, Symposium on Midwife-led care, Nov 2012
  • SRIP Award 2004 for contributions to Reproductive and Infant Psychology
  • Subject of a feature article in 'The Psychologist' about my work, Feb 2012

Contact details

Professor Jo Green
Professor, MIRU

Tel: 01904 32(1823)