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Theory for Midwifery Practice

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 272
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Paperback - 9780333588673

18 June 1995

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Ebook - 9781349131518

03 January 2016

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Development of midwifery theory which started in the late 1970s has occurred on several fronts. The adaptation of nursing models to midwifery, the development of local models and care plans, the continued use of midwifery...

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Development of midwifery theory which started in the late 1970s has occurred on several fronts. The adaptation of nursing models to midwifery, the development of local models and care plans, the continued use of midwifery process applied to the individual and the introduction of standard setting and quality assurance have all played a part in creating a theoretical framework for midwives. This book discusses the issues surrounding the development of a framework and uses end of chapter questions to stimulate discussion.

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Thinking about Midwifery Care
The Context of Midwifery Care
Models and Theories influencing Midwifery
Care Current Concepts of Midwifery
Practice Five Midwifery
Theorists Approaches to Theory
Building in Midwifery
Developing Theory for Midwifery Practice.
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