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NOW INCORPORATING RCM’S EVIDENCE BASED MIDWIFERY!
From March 2020, the peer reviewed RCM journal, Evidence Based Midwifery, will become a permanent section within the pages of MIDIRS Midwifery Digest.
This means subscribers to MIDIRS Midwifery Digest will be able to access even more high quality, evidence based content to support them in their studies and practice. Original articles, reprints and abstracts delivered to you each quarter.
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What’s in the next issue?
The spring issue of MIDIRS Midwifery Digest offers a variety of compelling maternity care articles, covering the antenatal and postpartum period. Here, we look at just some of the articles that will appear in the next issue.
Year of the Nurse and Midwife 2020 – Kirsty Lowe, Hannah McCauley, Fiona Dickinson et al
*Evidence Based Midwifery* NEW!
Breastfeeding, motivation and culture: an exploration of maternal influences within midwife-led instruction in an Asian setting– L Dornan, M Sinclair, GW Kernohan et al
Midwifery student practice grades: case study and discussion – Samantha Chenery-Morris
Midwifery & Education
Acceptability of a programme for the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder in midwifery: a qualitative investigation with midwives and midwifery managers following feasibility testing – Pauline Slade, Kayleigh Sheen, Sarah Collinge et al
Midwives’ experiences of the Perineal Assessment and Repair Longitudinal Study (PEARLS) training package. Narrative Literature Review – Zeenath Uddin, Debra Bick
Learning from communication errors when transitioning from nursing to midwifery: a student midwife’s reflection – Charlotte Wakefield
Maternal obesity — is it time to think differently? – Joanna Owen
Is elective caesarean section appropriate management for women experiencing primary tokophobia? – Emily Viller, Abena Addo
Labour & Birth
Is continuous midwifery support during labour an effective tool for women who fear childbirth? – Sarah Ellis
Holistic care in midwifery-led birthing units – Ana Molina Perez
What is normal birth? – Abi Hemmings
Perinatal mental health: both sides of the battle – Ann Marie Thomas
Aquanatal classes for perinatal mental illness in pregnancy – Laura Bridle, Amy Davies
Women’s experiences of planned home birth: a review of the literature – Lizzy Hill
Neonatal & Infancy
Obstetric neonatal brachial plexus and facial nerve injuries: a 17 years single tertiary maternity hospital experience – Andreas Rehm, Prakash Promod, Amanda Ogilvy-Stuart
The association between breastfeeding and attachment: a systematic review – Katja Linde, Franziska Lehnig, Michaela Nagl et al
Worldwide Maternity Services
Maternal global health matters: reflections from a local perspective – Marcia Garcia de Frutos
Exchanging ideas and good practice globally: reciprocal learning in the context of a twinning project – Lesley Kay
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