By Sarah Robinson, Ann M. Thomson
This quantity is the 1st in a sequence which brings jointly stories of par ticular relevance to the care supplied via midwives for childbearing ladies and their households. The sequence is meant basically for midwives yet we are hoping that different health and wellbeing pros interested in the maternity companies, in addition to those that use the prone, also will locate the sequence attention-grabbing and priceless. In venture this enterprise we now have been lucky within the aid bought from colleagues, family and friends. particularly we wish to thank the subsequent: the editorial and creation employees at Chapman and corridor in London for encouragement and recommendation; all of the authors who've contributed to the sequence; colleagues at either the Nursing study Unit, London collage and the dep. of Nursing reviews, Manchester college; and Paul and Rachel Robinson. this primary quantity is devoted to Anne Bent, previously Director of schooling on the Royal university of Midwives after which expert Officer for Midwifery on the uk valuable Council for Nursing, Midwifery and healthiness vacationing. continually aware of the necessity for midwifery to turn into a research-based career and for midwives to concentrate on the significance of study, she has made a massive contri bution to starting up and facilitating advancements in either those respects.
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Flint, 49 Peckarmans Wood, Sydenham Hill, London. Garcia, J. (1982) Women's views of antenatal care. In Enkin, M. and Chalmers, I. (eds), Effectiveness and satisfaction in antenatal care. Spastics International Medical Publications, William Heinemann Medical Books, Ltd, London. , Garforth, S. and Ayers, S. (1985) Midwives confined? Labour ward policies and routines in Research and the Midwife Conference Proceedings, 1985. Nursing Research Unit, King's College, University of London, London. Gilligan, M.
And Poulengeris, P. (1987) The "Know Your Midwife" Report. Published by C. Flint, 49 Peckarmans Wood, Sydenham Hill, London. Garcia, J. (1982) Women's views of antenatal care. In Enkin, M. and Chalmers, I. (eds), Effectiveness and satisfaction in antenatal care. Spastics International Medical Publications, William Heinemann Medical Books, Ltd, London. , Garforth, S. and Ayers, S. (1985) Midwives confined? Labour ward policies and routines in Research and the Midwife Conference Proceedings, 1985.
1985; volume 2 of this series). Practising midwives, representatives of statutory and professional bodies and pariiamentry committees have 34 Caring for childbearing women expressed their concern at the continued underuse of the midwife's skills; see for example Social Services Committee (1980), Maclean (1980), Fisher (1981), Morrin (1982), Towler (1982), Roch (1983), Central Midwives Board for Scotland et al. (1983) and Ashton (1987). OPTIONS FOR THE FUTURE Does it matter that midwifery skills and knowledge are wasted in this way, and that decision-making has increasingly been concentrated in the hands of medical staff?
Midwives, Research and Childbirth: Volume 1 by Sarah Robinson, Ann M. Thomson