Menu Close

Midwives

These are the books for those you who looking for to read the Midwives, try to read or download Pdf/ePub books and some of authors may have disable the live reading. Check the book if it available for your country and user who already subscribe will have full access all free books from the library source.

Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Midwives by Chris Bohjalian Book Summary:

A contemporary classic that has sold more than two million copies and was a selection of Oprah's original Book Club, Midwives is a compulsively readable novel that explores questions of human responsibility that are as fundamental to our society now as they were when the book was first published twenty years ago. On an icy winter night in an isolated house in rural Vermont, a seasoned midwife named Sibyl Danforth takes desperate measures to save a baby’s life. She performs an emergency cesarean section on a mother she believes has died of stroke. But what if—as Sibyl's assistant later charges—the patient wasn't already dead? The ensuing trial bears the earmarks of a witch hunt, forcing Sibyl to face the antagonism of the law, the hostility of traditional doctors, and the accusations of her own conscience. Exploring the complex and emotional decisions surrounding childbirth, Midwives engages, moves, and transfixes us as only the very best novels ever do.

English for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

English for Midwives by N.A Book Summary:

Download or read English for Midwives book by clicking button below to visit the book download website. There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc).

Pharmacology for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Pharmacology for Midwives by Sue Jordan Book Summary:

The new edition of this ground-breaking text is an essential resource for the management of drugs during pregnancy, labour and the postnatal period. Fully updated in line with current midwifery practice, it includes new chapters on Disorders of the Immune System and Recreational Drugs, and expanded coverage of pain relief.

Psychology For Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Psychology For Midwives by Raynor, Maureen,England, Carole Book Summary:

This accessible, evidence-based book explores how important it is for midwives to understand the psychological aspects of care, in order to create positive experiences for mothers and families.

Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives by Jane Coad,Melvyn Dunstall Book Summary:

"Aimed directly at midwives, Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives Second Edition provides a thorough grounding in the structure and functions of the human body associated with childbearing, birth and postnatal care. This new edition has a fully revised section on how this knowledge can be applied to practice and includes cutting edge information on reproductive cycles and sexual differentiation and behaviour. Clear language and illustrations ensure complete understanding and effective learning." "This text will be invaluable to both practising midwives and midwifery students." --Book Jacket.

Medical Disorders in Pregnancy

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Medical Disorders in Pregnancy by S. Elizabeth Robson,Jason Waugh Book Summary:

Praise for the 1st edition: "This book is a must have for any midwife, particularlythose working in the community, clinics and in high-risk areas....This book is an extremely useful reference tool." (MIDIRS MidwiferyDigest) "The important facts are laid out concisely, primarilyfocusing on management, using evidence based guidelines for bestmidwifery practice." (RCGP Journal) Medical Disorders in Pregnancy: A Guide for Midwives, 2ndedition clearly outlines existing and pre-existing conditionswhich women can experience during pregnancy. This comprehensive andpractical handbook identifies issues for pre-conception care,defines the condition, explores possible complications, outlinesrecommended treatment and emphasizes specific midwifery care. This fully revised and updated edition of Medical Disordersin Pregnancy: A Guide for Midwives builds on the success of thefirst edition by covering more subjects. It includesphysiology, more illustrations and algorithms and its accessiblereference-style text enables information to be quickly and easilyfound. Special Features A practical guide on medical disorders written specifically formidwives Jointly written by medical and midwifery experts in thefield Accessible reference style format makes information easy andquick to find Emphasis on inter-professional working

Myles' Textbook for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Myles' Textbook for Midwives by Margaret F. Myles Book Summary:

Download or read Myles' Textbook for Midwives book by clicking button below to visit the book download website. There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc).

The Midwives of Seventeenth-Century London

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

The Midwives of Seventeenth-Century London by Doreen Evenden Book Summary:

Evenden also offers an informed depiction of the midwives in their socioeconomic context by examining a wide range of seventeenth-century sources."--BOOK JACKET.

Merchants, Midwives, and Laboring Women

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Merchants, Midwives, and Laboring Women by Diane C. Vecchio Book Summary:

Challenging long-held patriarchal assumptions about Italian women's work in the United States Diane C. Vecchio's unique study considers the work experiences of Italian immigrant women and their daughters in the previously unexamined regions of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Endicott, New York, during the turn of the twentieth century. Using Italian and American sources and rich oral histories, this study reveals that women in Italy had economic responsibilities that often included work experiences outside of the home, including jobs as midwives and businesswomen. Demonstrating the regional variation of Italian women's work as well as the skills they transplanted to America balances the image of inexperienced and low-skilled laborers that dominates scholarship on Italian working women. Vecchio's research on Endicott sheds light on the gendered nature of life in a "company town" governed by welfare paternalism, while her research on Milwaukee emphasizes how Italian immigrant women turned to small business enterprise when local opportunities for wage-earning were limited. This comparative method helps to move beyond reductionist theories and conventional portraits of Italian women to explore the diverse factors that prompted them to seek certain kinds of occupations to the exclusion of others.

Midwives Coping with Loss and Grief

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Midwives Coping with Loss and Grief by Doreen Kenworthy,Mavis Kirkham Book Summary:

The experience of stillbirth and other losses in pregnancy at what is usually a time of great joy is tragic for everyone involved, including midwifery professionals. Although research increasingly shows how profound the effects of loss can be, few studies have explored the effects of pregnancy loss - which often leads to other personal and professional traumas such as loss of autonomy or a workplace - on midwives. This in-depth investigation uses a phenomenological approach to capture midwives' experiences of loss and grief in their own words, and encompasses both pregnancy loss and wider professional and personal issues. It then makes recommendations to enhance midwives' resilience and ability to cope appropriately, whilst giving maximum support to their clients. Reflections on the emerging implications for midwifery education and practice further broaden the scope of the analysis. The insights in this book will be of great use to midwifery managers and supervisors. They will also help midwives to nurture themselves, their colleagues and their clients at a time when pressures on the service can leave support lacking. "The devastating experience of losing a baby for women and their families is something that, as midwives, we strive to understand in order to provide appropriate practical and emotional support. Doreen and Mavis encourage us to consider how we are affected by the grief of others at a deeply personal level. Ultimately the message in this book is one of hope: through reflection and the sharing of experiences midwives who have been with women whose babies have died can regain their personal strength and learn to re-shape memories in ways that contribute to personal growth and understanding."

Pushing for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Pushing for Midwives by Christa Craven Book Summary:

With the increasing demand for midwives, activists are lobbying to loosen restrictions that deny legal access to homebirth options. In Pushing for Midwives, Christa Craven presents a nuanced history of women’s reproductive rights activism in the U.S. She also provides an examination of contemporary organizing strategies for reproductive rights in an era increasingly driven by “consumer rights.” An historical and ethnographic case study of grassroots organizing, Pushing for Midwives is an in-depth look at the strategies, successes, and challenges facing midwifery activists in Virginia. Craven examines how decades-old race and class prejudices against midwives continue to impact opposition to—as well as divisions within—women’s contemporary legislative efforts for midwives. By placing the midwifery struggle within a broader reproductive rights context, Pushing for Midwives encourages activists to reconsider how certain political strategies have the potential to divide women. This reflection is crucial in the wake of neoliberal political-economic shifts that have prioritized the rights of consumers over those of citizens—particularly if activists hope to maintain their commitment to expanding reproductive rights for all women.

Counselling Skills for Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Counselling Skills for Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors by Dawn Freshwater Book Summary:

This book examines contemporary developments in nursing and health care in relation to the fundamental philosophy of counselling, the practicalities of counselling and relevant theoretical underpinnings. Community nurses often find themselves in situations which require in-depth listening and responding skills: for example, in helping people come to terms with chronic illness, disability and bereavement.

Evidence-based Care for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Evidence-based Care for Midwives by Donna Brayford,Ruth Chambers,Elizabeth Boath,David Rogers Book Summary:

This highly practical book is written specifically for midwives, having been developed from the best-selling "Clinical Effectiveness and Clinical Governance Made Easy, Fourth Edition". Requiring no prior knowledge, it provides a straightforward guide to the topics of clinical effectiveness and clinical governance, avoiding jargon but explaining rel

Granny Midwives and Black Women Writers

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Granny Midwives and Black Women Writers by Valerie Lee Book Summary:

Midwives, women healers and root workers have been central figures in the African American folk traditions. Particularly in Black communities in the rural south, these women served vital social, cultural and political functions. It was believed that they possessed magical powers: they negotiated the barrier between life and death and were often regarded as the "knower" in a community. Today even as medical science has discredited or superseded their power, granny midwives have resurfaced as pivotal characters in the narratives of contemporary African American literature. Granny Midwives and Black Women Writers examines the lives of real granny midwives and other healers--through oral narratives, ethnographic research and documentation--and considers them in tandem with their fictional counterparts in the work of Toni Morrison, Gloria Naylor, Alice Walker and others.

Mainstreaming Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Mainstreaming Midwives by Robbie Davis-Floyd,Christine Barbara Johnson Book Summary:

Providing insights into midwifery, a team of reputable contributors describe the development of nurse- and direct-entry midwifery in the United States, including the creation of two new direct-entry certifications, the Certified Midwife and the Certified Professional Midwife, and examine the history, purposes, complexities, and the political strife that has characterized the evolution of midwifery in America. Including detailed case studies, the book looks at the efforts of direct-entry midwives to achieve legalization and licensure in seven states: New York, Florida, Michigan, Iowa, Virginia, Colorado, and Massachusetts with varying degrees of success.

Primary Care of Women: A Guide for Midwives and Women's Health Providers

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Primary Care of Women: A Guide for Midwives and Women's Health Providers by Barbara Hackley,Jan M. Kriebs,Mary Ellen Rousseau Book Summary:

This text presents primary care information for the nurse-midwifery scope of practice, including management of primary care problems in essentially healthy women, and the management/coordination of primary care for pregnant women with significant, established medical conditions. The text covers prevention, including lifestyle changes and immunizations; screening; management of common health problems appropriate to nurse-midwifery practice; and the presentation and management of common health problems in pregnancy.

Midwives, Society and Childbirth

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Midwives, Society and Childbirth by Hilary Marland,Anne Marie Rafferty Book Summary:

Midwives, Society and Childbirth is the first book to examine midwives' lives and work in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries on a national and international scale. Focusing on six countries from Europe, the approach is interdisciplinary with the studies written by a diverse team of social, medical and midwifery historians, sociologists, and those with experience in delivering childbirth services. Questioning for the first time many conventional historical assumptions, this book is fundamental to a better understanding of the effect on midwives of the unprecedented progress of science in general and obstetric science in particular from the late nineteenth century. The contributors challenge the traditional bleak picture of midwives' decline in the face of institutional obstetrics, medical technology, and the growing power of the medical profession, while stressing the importance of regional influences and locality. Dr Anne Marie Rafferty, Philadelphia, Dr Hilary Marland, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Dr Irvine Louden, Oxfordshire, Joan Mottram, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medic

Midwives' Tales

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Midwives' Tales by Lesley Barclay Book Summary:

"This book allows Samoan midwives to speak for themselves about the variety of birthing practices in their country. Their accounts carry many important lessons for anyone concerned with human resource development in countries that are working to build sustainable health systems."--Jacket.

Sociology for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Sociology for Midwives by Carol Kingdon Book Summary:

This book introduces key topics from sociology which are relevant to midwifery audiences. Introductions to the classical theorists and the more recent sociological perspectives that shape contemporary sociology are presented in the context of their applicability to midwifery practice. Complex sociological debates are presented in a simple manner, applying theory to clinical practice.

The Midwives' Guide to Key Medical Conditions E-Book

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

The Midwives' Guide to Key Medical Conditions E-Book by Linda Wylie,Helen G H Bryce Book Summary:

The only book of its kind, this essential reference offers quick access to information on the effects medical conditions can have on pregnancy and childbirth. Coverage includes a brief overview of normal anatomy and physiology with concise, practical guidelines for managing disorders commonly seen in women of childbearing age. From mild diseases such as asthma to serious conditions such as heart lesions, this indispensable guide will help you manage pregnancy and childbirth in women with systemic disease, recognize the early onset of disease-related pregnancy complications, and determine when it may be necessary to refer patients to a specialist. Offers complete coverage of normal pathophysiology in both the general population and in the context of pregnancy and childbirth. Provides comprehensive midwifery management guidelines. Outlines potential consequences of disease-related complications for the fetus or neonate.

Muslim Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Muslim Midwives by Avner Giladi Book Summary:

This book reconstructs the role of midwives in medieval to early modern Islamic history through a careful reading of a wide range of classical and medieval Arabic sources. The author casts the midwife's social status in premodern Islam as a privileged position from which she could mediate between male authority in patriarchal society and female reproductive power within the family. This study also takes a broader historical view of midwifery in the Middle East by examining the tensions between learned medicine (male) and popular, medico-religious practices (female) from early Islam into the Ottoman period and addressing the confrontation between traditional midwifery and Western obstetrics in the first half of the nineteenth century.

Japanese American Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Japanese American Midwives by Susan L. Smith Book Summary:

In the late nineteenth century, midwifery was transformed into a new woman's profession as part of Japan's modernizing quest for empire. With the rise of Japanese immigration to the United States, Japanese midwives (sanba) served as cultural brokers as well as birth attendants for Issei women. They actively participated in the creation of Japanese American community and culture as preservers of Japanese birthing customs and agents of cultural change. The history of Japanese American midwifery reveals the dynamic relationship between this welfare state and the history of women and health. Midwives' individual stories, coupled with Susan L. Smith's astute analysis, demonstrate the impossibility of clearly separating domestic policy from foreign policy, public health from racial politics, medical care from women's care giving, and the history of women and health from national and international politics. By setting the history of Japanese American midwives in this larger context, Smith reveals little-known ethnic, racial, and regional aspects of women's history and the history of medicine.

Midwives’ Emotional Care of Women becoming Mothers

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Midwives’ Emotional Care of Women becoming Mothers by Sue Barker Book Summary:

This book offers an overview of the emotional care given by midwives to women based on the literature reviews and research undertaken by Sue Barker. Its chapters are mostly based around the questions she asked herself when exploring the area: What is motherhood? Who supports women at this time? What is emotional care? What are the experiences of midwives offering emotional care? What is emotion work? How does emotional care help women? She considers a wide range of literature sources to understand what is happening for the midwives and the women. Given the extensive use of referenced work the book should be useful for those thinking of undertaking a midwifery programme or those already engaged on any health care programmes. This book, though, is written with an easily accessible language so should be a useful source for voluntary groups and women on their journey to motherhood. Midwifery care and motherhood are influenced by the culture within which they are experienced. This book has therefore considered the cultural hegemony and the differing ideologies within midwifery. The research was undertaken in the UK where most women receive midwifery care through the NHS therefore the midwives interviewed were all employed by the state. This may well have influenced their expectations and the women’s expectations of them. It may be that independent midwives would not have experienced some of the dilemmas faced by these midwives. Despite this the view of midwifery professional bodies, government guidance and research all support a ‘with woman’ approach to giving emotional support. This book offers a detailed description of how emotional support as part of emotional care is given by midwives in their attempts to reduce or ameliorate emotional distress and provide comfort.

Communication Skills for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Communication Skills for Midwives by Carole England Book Summary:

This new skills book will help trainee and newly qualified midwives to face the various communication challenges they will encounter effectively and with confidence.

A Pocket Guide for Student Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

A Pocket Guide for Student Midwives by Stella McKay-Moffat,Pamela Lee Book Summary:

A Pocket guide for Student Midwives, 2nd edition is an accessible, portable book offering student midwives everything they need to grasp the key elements of midwifery language, knowledge and skills. The new edition of this useful ‘aide memoire’ is structured in two parts. The first includes relevant terms, abbreviations and definitions. The second part is a quick A-Z reference guide to common conditions, procedures, emergency situations, and supporting information enhanced by visual material to aid comprehension of normality and anomalies. The innovative action flow charts enables rapid access to information that logically guides the reader through procedures in potentially life threatening situations, in both home and hospital settings. A Pocket guide for Student Midwives, 2nd edition is essential reading for the new non-nurse student midwife, the experienced nurse entering the midwifery profession, and senior student midwives alike. A handy portable ‘survival guide’ for student midwives Fully updated to include the latest NMC directives, legislation, and policies Includes flow charts, illustrations, and activities

Shakespeare's Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Shakespeare's Midwives by Arthur Sherbo Book Summary:

"This work is a companion piece to Arthur Sherbo's Birth of Shakespeare Studies: Commentators from Rowe (1709) to Boswell-Malone (1821). The contributions of seven men to the commentary on the plays and poems of Shakespeare have been largely ignored or forgotten. As a result, modern editions of Shakespeare's works have claimed for themselves or for nineteenth-century editors and commentators information and insights that have been anticipated by one or another of eighteenth-century commentators. Shakespeare's Midwives brings to light these earlier commentators, adding a valuable new perspective to Shakespeare studies." "Samuel Johnson, George Steevens, Edmond Malone, and Isaac Reed are names known to all students of Shakespeare's works. They brought the commentary on the plays and poems to a point where future scholars could, for the most part, concentrate on sources and, primarily, on the text of these works. These four men were omnivorous readers; all were great book collectors. And the knowledge they had won through their wide reading in all genres and in a number of languages came to the fore as they edited, either individually or in collaboration, edition after edition of Shakespeare's plays, sometimes with the poems included. But they were not alone in their endeavors, for many of their friends and acquaintances - and even perfect strangers - responded to their public and private pleas for help." "It is with these last, the co-adjutors, that this volume is concerned. Either in direct conversation, in letters, or in the pages of the Gentleman's Magazine or some other periodical, these amateur Shakespeareans made their suggestions or voiced their objections to what they had read in one or more of the editions of Shakespeare. Sometimes they signed their names; more often they cloaked their identity. Thus, one often encounters a suggestion, embedded usually in a note by one of the editors, by "Anon."" "It is, however, identifiable amateur Shakespeareans whom Sherbo has elected to call Shakespeare's midwives. He has tried to do justice to the contributions of each of these seven men, some of whom wrote hundreds of notes on some aspect of Shakespeare's works, but of necessity only part of their contributions could be quoted or cited. Sherbo has also tried to show that a considerable number of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Shakespeareans have either been ignorant of, have ignored, or have mutilated some of the notes of these men. In a number of instances, he shows that nineteenth- and twentieth-century scholars have been anticipated by their eighteenth-century forerunners." "This work makes clear that claims of precedence by later scholars must be made only when the contributions of these seven men and some of their contemporaries, named or unnamed, have been examined."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Bailliere's Study Skills for Nurses and Midwives E-Book

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Bailliere's Study Skills for Nurses and Midwives E-Book by Sian Maslin-Prothero Book Summary:

Whether you are a first time student or returning to study, it can seem very daunting. This book can help you get the most from studying and shows how to make good use of your time and achieve success. This 4th edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. It demonstrates how to develop and build on existing strengths and experiences to get the most out of any course. Using a down-to-earth and user-friendly style, it concentrates on what you need to know. It can help you to: • get the most from reading and lectures • access libraries • use the Internet and databases • develop IT skills • learn through reflection • develop a portfolio • prepare assignments • get the most from placements. activities reflection points case studies annotated further reading useful websites This new edition reflects recent changes in nursing and midwifery policy and practice including aspects such as ePortfolios, the European Computer Driving Licence and podcasts The majority of the chapters have been rewritten with either a student, or a practitioner to reflect the need for greater evidence of practice and its importance to midwifery and nursing students. More emphasis on clinical nursing and midwifery practise by relating skills to clinical placements and employment with a new chapter on Clinical Skills. New chapter on ‘Getting ready to study’

Midwives of the Revolution

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Midwives of the Revolution by Jane McDermid,Anna Hillyar Book Summary:

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Juta's Clinical Guide for Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Juta's Clinical Guide for Midwives by Diana Du Plessis Book Summary:

This concise clinical-skills manual for South African midwifery students provides a full range of updated, evidence-based norms and standards to enable midwives and other health-care professionals to give quality, up-to-date medical care. Clear explanations on midwifery subjects tailored to the South African market couple with expert guidance on the midwifery skills used during pregnancy, labor, birth, and the neonatal period to create an ideal guidebook for students just entering this medical field as well as for career professionals seeking a refresher on the modern practices and technologies used.

Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives E-Book

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives E-Book by Jane Coad,Melvyn Dunstall Book Summary:

Anatomy & Physiology for Midwives 3rd edition builds on the success of the first two editions with electronic ancillaries, more accessible, woman-centred language and strengthened links with good practice. The book provides a thorough review of anatomy and physiology applicable to midwifery, from first principles through to current research, utilizing case studies for reflection. A comprehensive and well-illustrated textbook that is an essential purchase for all students of midwifery.

Safeguarding And Child Protection For Nurses, Midwives And Health Visitors: A Practical Guide

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Safeguarding And Child Protection For Nurses, Midwives And Health Visitors: A Practical Guide by Powell, Catherine Book Summary:

"All nurses have a duty to inform and alert appropriate personnel if they suspect a child has been abused, and to know where they can seek expert advice and support if they have concerns. This comprehensive text providing the link between legislation, policy, research and practice will enable students and practitioners to expand their knowledge and understanding of the key issues involved in safeguarding children and young people." Fiona Smith, Adviser in Children and Young People's Nursing, Royal College of Nursing, UK "Once again, Catherine Powell has produced a superbly useful text which will prove invaluable to students and health practitioners. The organisation and layout is highly user-friendly and it represents an up to the minute guide absolutely rooted in practice. The case studies are an excellent addition and enable the reader to really absorb the concepts within the context of their practice experience. It is first rate." Jan Nelmes, Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton, UK Nurses, midwives and health visitors have a statutory duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people. In this clear and invaluable guide, Catherine Powell focuses on the practical aspects of safeguarding and how healthcare professionals should respond to safeguarding children concerns. The book covers the full spectrum of safeguarding children work; from prevention and early help through to statutory intervention and serious case review. The book includes: Realistic case scenarios, concerning unborn babies, infants, toddlers, school-age children and adolescents, with examples of physical, emotional and sexual abuse and neglect The roles and responsibilities of nurses, midwives and health visitors working in a range of settings, including those working primarily with adult clients Crucial chapters on integrated working and supervision and support in safeguarding 'Points for Practice', 'Practice Questions' and 'Markers of Good Practice' to stimulate further thinking and application to real-life practice The book also offers an insight into the inter-agency aspects of safeguarding and child protection and the roles of other key players such as children's social care, the police and education services. The safety and welfare of the child or young person is placed at the centre of care delivery.Written by a leading expert, Safeguarding and Child Protection for Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors is an essential tool for all nursing, midwifery and health visiting students and will be invaluable for practising nurses, midwives and health visitors who face an array of complex and sensitive issues in the field of safeguarding.

Nurses and Midwives in Nazi Germany

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Nurses and Midwives in Nazi Germany by Susan Benedict,Linda Shields Book Summary:

This book is about the ethics of nursing and midwifery, and how these were abrogated during the Nazi era. Nurses and midwives actively killed their patients, many of whom were disabled children and infants and patients with mental (and other) illnesses or intellectual disabilities. The book gives the facts as well as theoretical perspectives as a lens through which these crimes can be viewed. It also provides a way to teach this history to nursing and midwifery students, and, for the first time, explains the role of one of the world’s most historically prominent midwifery leaders in the Nazi crimes.

The Soul Midwives' Handbook

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

The Soul Midwives' Handbook by Felicity Warner Book Summary:

Soul Midwives, a movement begun by Felicity Warner, has changed the face of modern holistic and spiritual palliative care in the UK and abroad.Soul Midwives are holistic and spiritual companions to the dying. They draw on traditional skills, now largely forgotten, applying them to our modern world to ease the passage of those who are dying. Their services are used within people's own homes, in hospices and in care homes.Anyone with an open and compassionate heart and a desire to help others can train to become a Soul Midwife. This book will guide you through the core principles and techniques of this practice.

Wives and Midwives

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Wives and Midwives by Carol Laderman Book Summary:

In this widely-praised study, Carol Laderman provides a vivid picture of the daily life of rural Malays as she focuses on their dietary practices and the ritual and medical aspects of childbirth procedures. Apprenticed to a village midwife and a local shaman, she was able to observe a traditional culture adapting to modern practices.

Birth Chairs, Midwives, and Medicine

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Birth Chairs, Midwives, and Medicine by Amanda Carson Banks Book Summary:

There was a time when birth was treated as a natural process rather than a medical condition. Before 1800, women gave birth seated in birth chairs or on stools and were helped along by midwives. Then societal changes in attitudes toward women and the practice of medicine made birthing a province of the male-dominated medical profession. In Birth Chairs, Midwives, and Medicine, Amanda Carson Banks examines the history of the birth chair and tells how this birthing device changed over time. Through photographs, artists' renditions of births, interviews, and texts from midwives and early obstetricians, she creates an evolutionary picture of birthing practices and highlights the radical redefinition of birth that has occurred in the last two centuries. During the 1800s the change from a natural philosophy of birth to a medical one was partly a result of heightened understandings of anatomy and physiology. The medical profession was growing, and with it grew the awareness of the economic rewards of making delivery a specialized practice. In the background of the medical profession's rise was the prevailing perception of women as fragile invalids. Gradually, midwives and birth chairs were relegated to rural and isolated settings. The popularity of birth chairs has seen a revival in the late twentieth century as the struggle between medical obstetrics and the alternative birth movement has grown. As Banks shows through her careful examination of the chairs themselves, these questions have been answered and reconsidered many times in human history. Using the artifacts from the home and medical office, Banks traces sweeping societal changes in the philosophy of how to bring life into the world.

From Midwives to Medicine

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

From Midwives to Medicine by Deborah Kuhn McGregor Book Summary:

From Midwives to Medicine examines the development of modern medical treatment of women and the related history of women's health in the mid-1800s. McGregor looks not only at the medical figures who devised and practiced the innovative therapist, but also at the history of the patient experience in the development and the professionalization of a medical specialty. In exploring the controversial career of J. Marion Sims, "the father of gynecology," and the history of the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, McGregor chronicles the emergence of a practice involving previously untried medical techniques and the use of experimentation on patients according to a social hierarchy based on race and sex. Using patient records and archival material from the female governors and administrators at the hospital, From Midwives to Medicine shows how a new medical practice developed out of the changing patterns and historical experiences of childbirth, as well as out of the context of the social relations f the sexes. Sim's patients were slave women in the antebellum South, poor Irish immigrants in the industrial North, and upper-class white. Protestant, Manhattan socialites who sought help for their "hysterical" symptoms. During his career, which began in the South and flourished at the Women's Hospital in New York. Sims performed and perfected his technique to "cure" vesico-vaginal fistulas, the tears of childbirth, from which so many women suffered. But Sims achieved these successes on the operating table only after years of practicing his "silver suture" technique on unanesthetized slave women, who he believed "by the nature of their race... had a specific physiological tolerance for pain unknown to whites."

A directory for midwives: or, A guide for women, in their conception, bearing, and suckling their children ... Newly corrected from many gross errors

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

A directory for midwives: or, A guide for women, in their conception, bearing, and suckling their children ... Newly corrected from many gross errors by Nicholas Culpeper Book Summary:

Download or read A directory for midwives: or, A guide for women, in their conception, bearing, and suckling their children ... Newly corrected from many gross errors book by clicking button below to visit the book download website. There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc).

Introduction to Research for Midwives,with Pageburst online access,3

Midwives [Pdf/ePub] eBook

Introduction to Research for Midwives,with Pageburst online access,3 by Colin Rees Book Summary:

Are you struggling to understand the basic principles and jargon used in research? Are you evaluating research articles or doing a literature review? Packed with practical advice and tips that really work, this is the book for you! Research is now a fundamental part of midwifery practice but not everyone finds it easy. This introductory text explains the world of research from the viewpoint of both those carrying out the research and those using the results of research. In simple language and with clear examples, it demonstrates how quantitative and qualitative research projects are constructed and how they are evaluated. This book enables midwives, midwifery students and other health professionals, to apply research to their own practice and to evaluate existing research. . No understanding or prior experience of research is required . Written in a simple, practical and accessible style . Ensures evidence-based practice through a critical understanding of research . A comprehensive glossary of research terms cuts through the jargon . Up-to-date examples of both quantitative and qualitative research . Practical, time-saving study skills features on critiquing articles and reviewing the literature . Each chapter examines a topic from the viewpoint of those carrying out research and those applying the results to practice . Key points summarise essential information for quick revision . Current health care evidence-based practice context . Up-to-date examples of research projects