Evidence and Skills for Normal Labour and Birth: A Guide for Midwives
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Enter an Australian post code for delivery estimate. Link Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Description Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Key Features Woman-centred approach Structured to follow the logical progression from pregnancy through to labour and birth, and finally to postnatal care Australian and New Zealand guidelines, policies, standards, statistics, terminology and cultural considerations are included throughout Now includes an eBook with all print purchases.
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Study-Unit Description - Courses - L-Università ta' Malta
Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering. Ina May's Guide to Childbirth. The Things We Keep. Midwifery Preparation for Practice 4th edition. Fundamentals of Nursing and Midwifery Research A practical guide for evidence-based practice. It will contest the normality of childbirth, its evidence and debate; it explores the wider range of normal childbirth that is unique to individual mothers and babies, whilst challenging the assumptions underpinning current beliefs and attitudes around this controversial area of childbirth.
It will address the midwife's professional responsibilities in developing expertise in skills, based on professional, legal, ethical and employment responsibility and accountability. Such issues will explore in depth ways of seeing the role and control of pain in normal birth, the empowerment of women, birth and spirituality. Other issues analyse the aspects of normality from the women stories to midwives' practices and the reconstruction of 'normal birth'.
Evidence and skills for normal labour and birth: guide for midwives
Finally, the debate of risk and safety in maternity care practices and discourse are addressed against weighing the evidence of promoting normal birth. Study-unit Aims The study unit aims to explore implications of the new way of seeing normal birth; to explore the controversial issues of risk and choice in maternity care; how risk is perceived and analyzed, how choices are made and how tensions are resolved when there is disagreement between professionals and parents; to understand the theoretical underpinnings of effective leadership, expertise and collaborative ways of working within a maternity care setting.
Learning Outcomes 1. Wiley-Blackwell - Symon, A. An International Perspective. More likely to have minor obstetric interventions like epidural analgesia, ongoing continuous electronic fetal monitoring and fetal blood sampling for fetal distress Blix ; Increases the risk of a vacuum or forceps assisted birth Alfirevic et al.
Skills for Midwifery Practice ANZ 1st edition
Lying down during labour or birth Lawrence et al. Cutting an episiotomy for any reason other than the baby being distressed Dannecker et al. Giving low risk women an injection of artificial oxytocin to deliver the placenta Begley at al. References Albers, L.
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Journal of Perinatology. Alfirevic, Z. Altman, D. Anal sphincter lacerations and upright delivery postures: a risk analysis from a randomized controlled trial. International Urogynecology Journal, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue London: Churchill Livingstone. Blix, E.
BJOG, Caldeyro-Barcia, R. Birth and Family Journal, 6 1 : Carroli, G. Cochrane Review. In The Cochrane Library, Issue 1.
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British Journal of Midwifery, 4 8 : DiPiazza, D. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 6 : Routine vaginal examinations for assessing progress of labour to improve outcomes for women and babies at term.