Professional Studies for Midwifery Practice

  • ID: 3685015
  • Book
  • 256 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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The explosion of information in midwifery makes it hard for practitioners and students to keep up. This book reviews and analyses the mostimportant topics and key professional issues with which midwives today must be familiar and the underpinning theory and concepts, on which clinical practice must be built. It covers core aspects of their increasingly responsible role, the scope of professional practice, ethical issues, clinical risk management, quality in midwifery and examines issues related to management, autonomy and teamwork, supervisors and managers. The book also reviews underpinning concepts which a midwife has to face in a varietyof ways in practice, accessing information, reflective practice, lifelong learning, cultural issues and ways in which midwives may influence the future of their profession. Covering the crucial theoretical issues, this book looks at their application into contemporary practice.

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Reflective Writing/Articulating Information - Accessing Information - Cultural Issues in Professional Practice - Confronting Stereotypes and Prejudices - Ethical Dilemmas in Midwifery Practice - Responsibilities and Accountability - The Scope of Professional Practice - Autonomy and Teamwork - Supervisors and Managers - Quality in Midwifery - Influencing the Future
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Fraser, Diane M. Professor of Midwifery and Head of Academic Division of Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Notttingham, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK.
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