With a focus on a woman and family centred philosophy, and community engagement models of care, this text explores issues including clinical care within the postnatal period, transition into parenthood, empowering parents, morbidity and postnatal care, the healthy newborn, and engaging vulnerable women and families.
Essential Midwifery Practice: Postnatal Care forms part of a series of books that succinctly address the needs of practising midwives on a number of contemporary issues.
Contemporary Postnatal Care in the 21st Century.
What do Women Think About Postnatal Care in the UK?.
Transition into parenthood: Ideology and Reality.
Empowering parents: Strengthening the Future.
Morbidity and Postnatal Care.
Baby Friendly Hospital: Baby Friendly Mother.
Engaging Vulnerable Women and Families.
Working with Partners; Forming the Future.
The Healthy Newborn.
Sheena Byrom is a consultant midwife at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust and the University of Central Lancashire.
Grace Edwards is a?consultant midwife at Liverpool Women′s NHS Foundation Trust.
Debra Bick is Professor of Evidence Based Midwifery Practice, the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King′s College London.