Written by leading midwifery academics, each book in the series provides a user-friendly source of information which has been fully updated throughout to reflect the latest evidence-base for current practice. Now with an improved design to make learning as easy as possible, each paperback in the series focuses on the importance of communication and contemporary women-centred care and presents helpful 'scenarios' to encourage debate and reflection.
The Midwifery Essentials series is ideal for all midwives - whether qualified or in training - and is also helpful to nurses and HCAs working in the maternity environment.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Relationship building between mother and baby
Chapter 3 Anatomy and physiology
Chapter 4 Skin to skin contact after birth
Chapter 5 Skills to support infant feeding
Chapter 6 The social context of infant feeding
Chapter 7 Birthing practices and breastfeeding
Chapter 8 Managing baby related feeding challenges
Chapter 9 Formula feeding
Chapter 10 Managing common maternal related breastfeeding challenges
Chapter 11 Breastfeeding premature babies
Chapter 12 Breastfeeding mothers their family, community and the wider societal context
Baston, Helen Consultant Midwife Public Health, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Honorary Researcher / Lecturer, University of Sheffield; Honorary Lecturer Sheffield Hallam University, UK..
Hall, Jennifer Independent Midwifery Educator and Researcher, Bristol, UK.
EdD RM ADM MSc (Reproduction & Health) PGDip(HE)