Midwifery: The Basics provides an engaging and authentic insight
into the midwife's world. It explores the role of the midwife as a
clinician and professional, showing how midwives can support women
both to achieve a healthy full-term pregnancy and a smooth
transition to motherhood. This book begins with a discussion of the
context of birth and parenthood, placing midwifery in its broader
social context. Topics covered include: The midwife as an
autonomous professional; Becoming a midwife; Pre-conceptual and
antenatal care; Intrapartum care; Postnatal care; and The
specialist midwife. Midwifery: The Basics uses the voices of
mothers, fathers and midwives to illustrate the complex world of
becoming, being and supporting parents. This is an essential
introduction for students at undergraduate and A-Level who are
approaching midwifery for the first time.
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