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Midwifery: Best Practice

Midwifery: Best Practice (Paperback)

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"Midwifery: Best Practice 2" comprises a succinct review of key issues within the profession in a user-friendly and convenient format, providing a practical reference source for midwives at all levels. Using a broad selection of contributions that establish best practice and current thinking in midwifery, this compilation offers midwives articles and papers that contain the best ideas, information and evidence to inform midwifery practice. In an age where information is increasingly abundant and sometimes overwhelming, it is difficult to keep up-to-date with current thinking. "Midwifery: Best Practice" provides a solution to this information overload by presenting essential information in an accessible manner.Edited by a well-known and respected lecturer in midwifery and published in association with "The Practising Midwife" and "Midwifery", two of the leading British midwifery journals, "Midwifery: Best Practice 2" contains a wide range of articles, research and stories covering topics from pregnancy to postnatal experiences. This exciting new text: challenges existing ways of thinking; raises totally new ideas for consideration; and, stimulates learning, debate and reflection.

The sections begin with an introduction and end with a page of questions that can be used for group discussions, PREP or just personal reflection on the issues raised. This second volume in this successful series concentrates on issues surrounding pregnancy and birth, including domestic violence and risk: very topical and sensitive issues within the profession and of interest to every midwife. It is an essential purchase for every midwife interested in best midwifery practice.

Medical & VeterinaryNursing & ancillary servicesMidwifery Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences Publication Date: 16/03/2004 ISBN-13: 9780750688055  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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