Teaching Labor Support: An Interprofessional Simulation.

  title={Teaching Labor Support: An Interprofessional Simulation.},
  author={Deanna Pilkenton and Michelle R. Collins and Sharon L Holley},
  journal={Journal of midwifery \& women's health},
  volume={60 6},
Support for women during labor encompasses the continuous presence of a person who provides psychosocial, emotional, and physical support. Providing labor support to women in the intrapartum setting is a core midwifery competency and a clinical skill that midwifery students are expected to master. Instruction on labor support is a common objective in midwifery education intrapartum courses and skills labs, yet there is no standard for teaching this skill to midwifery students. Thus, in order to… 

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