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Overall, I think this book is worth reading. It includes plenty of relevant facts, interesting quotations and conflicting arguments the latter being an essential component. The more factual aspects of the remit are well organised and chapter one and the second half of chapters four and five are clearly laid out. I recognise that philosophical and… (More)
Despite increased recognition of domestic abuse in recent years, it often remains hidden. While some healthcare professionals are aware of abuse and have a good understanding of the difficulties in addressing the needs of those affected, this is not always the case.
The Midwifery 2020: Delivering expectations vision is that midwives will be members of a highly skilled workforce, acting as lead professionals and coordinators of care as they deliver innovative, cost-effective, quality care across integrated health and social care contexts. They will embrace an evolving public health role and initiate and respond to… (More)
OBJECTIVES To identify and prioritise important research questions for miscarriage. DESIGN A priority setting partnership using prospective surveys and consensus meetings following methods advocated by the James Lind Alliance. SETTING UK. PARTICIPANTS Women and those affected by miscarriage working alongside healthcare professionals. RESULTS In the… (More)
This time last year, midwives from across the globe came together to attend the International Confederation of Midwives triennial meeting in Durban, South Africa.