Clinical interventions and outcomes of One-to-One midwifery practice.

@article{Page1999ClinicalIA,
  title={Clinical interventions and outcomes of One-to-One midwifery practice.},
  author={Lisa Page and Chris McCourt and Sarah Beake and Andy Vail and Jenny Hewison},
  journal={Journal of public health medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={243-8}
}
BACKGROUND Changing Childbirth became policy for the maternity services in England in 1994 and remains policy. One-to-One midwifery was implemented to achieve the targets set. It was the first time such a service had been implemented in the Health Service. An evaluation was undertaken to compare its performance with conventional maternity care. METHODS This was a prospective comparative study of women receiving One-to-One care and women receiving the system of care that One-to-One replaced… CONTINUE READING

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