4 edition of Delivering quality in midwifery found in the catalog.
Delivering quality in midwifery
E. Rosemary Buckley
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||E. Rosemary Buckley.|
|LC Classifications||RG950 .B84 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
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What midwives do Midwives — and people with midwifery skills — are the main caregivers for women and their newborns during pregnancy, labour, childbirth and in the post-delivery period. Views: Introduction From conception to the time of birth and even after birth, women experience difficulties and problems of pregnancy.
The international community was seeking solutions to these challenges, and specifically there was a need to identify approaches to inform global policy developments such as Universal Health Coverage, the post agenda, Saving Newborn Lives, and Every Woman Every Child.
Pincombe, J. The confederation indicates that the basic midwifery practice requires a midwife to be responsible and make clinical decisions in the area of practice. This new approach claims to be rational, effective and underpinned by research evidence.
Any unregulated person who provides care with 'restricted acts' in regulated provinces or territories is practicing midwifery without a license and is subject to investigation and prosecution.
For example, there is a general consensus that obesity Delivering quality in midwifery book associated with poor outcomes for women and babies and the solution is to reduce BMI. However, this is usually the opposite in maternity care, reflecting a culture in which intervention is the norm.
When women or their newborns experience complications, midwives work in consultation with an appropriate specialist. This has been in addition to acting as external specialist for a Delivering quality in midwifery book of midwifery programme validation and periodic review events.
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The Australian midwifery takes care of these problems with trained nurses that do take care of the women and the infants. They also provide comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services, and play a critical role in promoting health within their communities.
We also believe in the fundamental art of midwifery care, blending the importance of connecting on emotional and personal levels while at the same time delivering high-quality health care in the setting of your choice.
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