Becoming a Midwife in the 21st Century

Becoming a Midwife in the 21st Century

by Ian Peate, Cathy Hamilton

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Overview

The NMC have produced standards of proficiency for pre registration midwifery education and those standards have been written in an “academic” language, for higher education institutions. Each student prior to being admitted to the profession must have achieved the proficiencies stated in the NMC publication.

The purpose of this book is to provide students with material related to the standards of midwifery education. The students will be able to use the contents of this text and relate it to their own approved programme of midwifery study, as their programme of study would have had to comply with NMC’s requirements. It will help student midwives appreciate how their own programmes have been designed, and why they are required to study and understand some of the subjects they are, or will be studying.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781118690994
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 03/19/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 472
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Cathy Hamilton BSc(Hons), MSc, RGN, RM, PGDip, PGCert is a Senior Midwifery Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire and Supervisor of Midwives. In 2004 Cathy undertook the preparation for supervisors programme and has joined the team supervisors of midwives at West Herts NHS Trust.

Ian Peate BEd (Hons), MA (Lond), EN(G), RGN DipN (Lond), RNT, LLM is Associate Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Hertfordshire. Ian's key areas of interest are nursing practice and theory, sexual health and HIV/AIDS. His portfolio centrs on recruitment and marketing and professional academic development with the school of Nursing and Midwifery.

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Table of Contents

List of contributors.

Acknowledgements.

Introduction (Ian Peate&Cathy Hamilton).

1. Effective Communication (Tandy Deane-Gray).

2. The Aims of Antenatal Care (Laura Abbott).

3. Programmes of Care During Childbirth (Laura Abbott).

4. Interdisciplinary Working: Seamless Working within Maternity Care (Eileen Huish&Lisa Nash).

5. Intrapartum Care (Annabel Jay&Cathy Hamilton).

6. Effective Emergency Care (Caroline Duncombe, Meryl Dimmock&Sarah Green).

7. Initial Assessment and Examination of the Newborn Baby (Lyn Dolby).

8.Effective Postnatal Care (Annabel Jay).

9. Medication and the Midwife (Cathy Hamilton).

10. Effective Documentation (Carole Yearley, Celia Wildeman&Chandra Mehta).

11. Regulating the Midwifery Profession - Protecting Women or the Profession (Christine Lawrence&Carole Yearley)

12. The Impact of Cultural Issues on te Practice of Midwifery (Celia Wildeman).

13. Legislation and the Midwife (Cathy Hamilton&Lisa Nash).

14. Confidentiality (Celia Wildeman).

15. Clinical Decision-Making (Marianne Mead).

16. Health, Safety and Environmental Issues (Lisa Nash).

17. Evidence-Based Practice (Marianne Mead).

18. Statutory Supervision of Midwives (Kath Mannion).

19. Clinical Governance Framework and Quality Assurance in Relation to Midwifery Care (Cathy Rogers, Sally Luck&Nada Schiavone).

Answers to the Cultural Awareness Quiz.

Glossary.

Index.

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