Articles from this month’s edition of Essentially MIDIRS include:
Birth physiology and the third stage of labour
Denis Walsh, Associate Professor in Midwifery, University of Nottingham
What sort of opioids should women be offered in labour?
Nadine Edwards, birth educator and Vice Chair of AIMS (Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services)
MIDIRS In Deep
Don’t get mad, get chocolate! A review of chocolate in pregnancy
Tasha Cooper, Assistant Editor of Essentially MIDIRS
NEW SERIES! The Joy of Information
Part 1: Discovering sources of information
Tasha Cooper, Assistant Editor of Essentially MIDIRS; Jennie Roe, Information Officer & Editorial Assistant, MIDIRS
Me and my shadow…confessions of a first-time mentor
Jude Davis, midwife
Citations, chocolate and colons: what gets research read
Sara Wickham, Editor of Essentially MIDIRS
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