Relevant and essential reading for all student midwives, midwives and allied health professionals
A subscription to MIDIRS Midwifery Digest will help you to meet essential revalidation requirements and keep up to date with continuous professional development (CPD) learning. Student midwives will find the diverse selection of research based content invaluable for gaining a greater insight into specific areas of midwifery practice.
What’s in the next issue?
The winter issue of our quarterly journal presents a variety of compelling evidence-based articles covering the antenatal to postpartum period and is a great introduction to the journal for new subscribers.
We take a quick peek at a few of the hot topics covered in this next issue.
Public and patient involvement in research: a partnership to make a difference in health research by Margaret O’Hara
Research & Education
Premature rupture of the amniotic sac: managing the risks by Paul Stillman, Emma Herbert
What are women’s experiences of maternity care in Ireland from a human rights perspective? by Leah Murphy
Supporting women with autism during pregnancy, birth and beyond by Lesley Turner
Labour & Birth
Taking the drama out of obstetric theatre: implementing change by Alison Brodrick, Helen Basto
A review of the effect of using the non-pneumatic anti-shock garment as an emergency device to prevent postpartum haemorrhage by Adedoyin Mulikat Adeosun, Alison Brettle
Lactation following bereavement: how can midwives support women to make informed choices? by Judith Kennedy, Anna Matthews, Laura Abbott et al
Neonatal & Infancy
Piloting kangaroo mother care in the community: dyadic responses to a novel innovation facilitating skin to skin contact by Roisin Bailey, Helen McIntyre, Merryl Harvey
Worldwide Maternity Services
Hidden and unaccounted for: understanding maternal health needs and practices of semi-nomadic shepherd women in Maharashtra, India by Gayatri Ganesh, Nitya Ghotge
All the above articles appear in the December 2017 issue of MIDIRS Midwifery Digest and are available to access through one of our annual subscription packages.
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