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 autumn 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.
Who will educate and prepare the midwives of the future? The crisis in midwifery
education in the UK by Jayne E Marshall, Christine Furber
Research & Education
Turning your assignment into a publication by Tania McIntosh
Critical thinking skills in midwifery practice: development of a self-assessment tool
for students by Amanda G Carter, Debra K Creedy, Mary Sidebotham
Experience of hyperemesis gravidarum in a subsequent pregnancy by Margaret E O’Hara
Labour & Birth
Facilitating water birth: exploring the evidence by Mary Edmondson
Controlling the unruly maternal body: losing and gaining control over the body during
pregnancy and the postpartum period by Elena Neiterman, Bonnie Fox
Infant feeding curriculum review to ensure Baby Friendly Initiative accreditation by Helen McIntyre
Neonatal & Infancy
Neonatal sepsis by Andi L Shane, Pablo J Sánchez, Barbara J Stoll
Worldwide Maternity Services
Geophagy during pregnancy: is there a health risk for infants? by Claudia Gundacker, Ruth Kutalek, Rosina Glaunach et al
All the above articles appear in the September 2017 issue of MIDIRS Midwifery Digest and are available to access through one of our annual subscription packages.
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