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Essential Midwifery Practice : Expertise Leadership and Collaborative Working.

Contributor(s): Byrom, Sheena [aut] | Simpson, Louise [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: .Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 2010Description: 1 online resource (248).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118784990; 1118784995; 1282889478; 9781282889477.Subject(s): MidwiferyDDC classification: 618.2 LOC classification: RG950Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover13; -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I: Leadership Introduction to Part I -- Chapter 1: Midwifery Leadership -- Chapter 2: Transformational Leadership and Midwifery -- Chapter 3: What Do Leaders Do to Influence Maternity Services? Midwifery Leadership As Applied to Case Studies -- Chapter 4: Leadership for Effective Change in Mother and Infant Health -- Part II: Expertise Introduction to Part II -- Chapter 5: The Notion of Expertise -- Chapter 6: Expertise in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice -- Chapter 7: Enhancing Expertise and Skills Through Education -- Chapter 8: What is a Skilled Birth Attendant? Insights from South America -- Part III: Collaboration Introduction to Part III -- Chapter 9: Collaboration -- Chapter 10: Case Studies of Collaboration in the UK and China -- Chapter 11: Using Collaborative Theories to Reduce Caesarean Section Rates and Improve Maternal and Infant Well-being -- Chapter 12: Bringing It All Together -- Index.
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Cover13; -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part I: Leadership Introduction to Part I -- Chapter 1: Midwifery Leadership -- Chapter 2: Transformational Leadership and Midwifery -- Chapter 3: What Do Leaders Do to Influence Maternity Services? Midwifery Leadership As Applied to Case Studies -- Chapter 4: Leadership for Effective Change in Mother and Infant Health -- Part II: Expertise Introduction to Part II -- Chapter 5: The Notion of Expertise -- Chapter 6: Expertise in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice -- Chapter 7: Enhancing Expertise and Skills Through Education -- Chapter 8: What is a Skilled Birth Attendant? Insights from South America -- Part III: Collaboration Introduction to Part III -- Chapter 9: Collaboration -- Chapter 10: Case Studies of Collaboration in the UK and China -- Chapter 11: Using Collaborative Theories to Reduce Caesarean Section Rates and Improve Maternal and Infant Well-being -- Chapter 12: Bringing It All Together -- Index.

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<p> Soo Downe is Professor in Midwifery Studies at University of Central Lancashire. She is the founder member, steering group member, and Chair of the Royal College of Midwives Campaign for Normal Birth, the Francine Gooris International Midwifery Chair in Belgium, Chair of the International Confederation of Midwives research standing committee and Visiting Professor,Kwong Wah Hospital, Hong Kong.</p> <p> Sheena Byrom is a Consultant Midwife at both the University of Central Lancashire and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust. She is a member of the National Consultant Midwives Group and member of several East Lancashire stategic partnership boards for Teenage Pregnancy, Domestic Abuse and Sure Start</p> <p> Louise Simpson is a postgraduate student at the University of Central Lancahire, currently working on a PhD entitled 'Midwives views of the nature of midwifery expertise', supervised by Soo Downe and Sheena Byrom.</p>

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