Qualitative Research in Midwifery and Childbirth

Qualitative Research in Midwifery and Childbirth Author Gill Thomson
ISBN-10 9781136724862
Release 2012-03-29
Pages 264
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Qualitative Research in Midwifery and Childbirth brings together a range of phenomenological methods and insights into one accessible text. Illustrated with plenty of examples of successful phenomenological research, it keeps the focus applied to midwifery and childbirth and makes clear the links to practice throughout.



Demystifying Qualitative Research in Pregnancy and Childbirth

Demystifying Qualitative Research in Pregnancy and Childbirth Author Tina Lavender
ISBN-10 IND:30000101899577
Release 2004
Pages 161
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This Book Guides Readers Through Qualitative Research. The Text Is Timely And Informs Clinicians And Researchers About The Rationale For, And Tools Of, Qualitative Research Methods. It Will Help To Break Down Barriers, Where They Exist, Between Obstetricians And Midwives On Concepts Of What Makes For Good Research In Maternity Care The Information In This Book Guides Readers Through All Stages Of The Research Process. The Journey Through The Chapters Will Enlighten Them To The Purpose Of Qualitative Research; Inform Them Of Considerations Before They Commence Any Research; Outline The Theoretical Underpinning Of The Approach; Highlight Important Ethical Issues; Discuss Different Methods Of Data Collection; Explore The Process Of Analysis; Suggest Ways Of Assessing Qualitative Research; Demonstrate How To Integrate Qualitative And Quantitative Research; And Provide Examples Of How To Explore The Views Of Those Who Are Hard To Reach. Pivotal To This Information Are Real Research Examples From Maternity Settings, With Which Readers Can Relate.



Appraising Research Into Childbirth

Appraising Research Into Childbirth Author Sara Wickham
ISBN-10 9780750688499
Release 2006
Pages 165
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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. Concentrating specifically on research into midwifery and related disciplines, this book appraises eight previously published research articles that present both qualitative and quantitative research studies. Each of the various elements is analysed - from the methodology through to the interpretation of the results. Each article is annotated with notes and questions, thereby enabling the reader to actively participate in the appraisal. Presents a range of quantitative and qualitative research articles relevant to midwifery practice in a unique workbook format Enables readers to gain hands-on, practical experience of critiquing research Supplementary tools, checklists, mnemonics and tables enable deeper understanding of the process of appraising research Commentary and expert critique provided by lecturers in midwifery research Contains a user-friendly guide to statistics



Trends in Midwifery Research

Trends in Midwifery Research Author Randell E. Balin
ISBN-10 1594544778
Release 2005
Pages 335
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Midwifery is used to describe a number of different types of healthpractitioners, other than doctors, who provide prenatal care to expectingmothers, attend the birth of the infant and provide postnatal care to themother and infant. Nurse-midwives also provide gynaecological care towomen of all ages. Practitioners of midwifery are known as midwives, aterm used in reference to both women and men (the term means withthe woman). Most are independent practitioners who work withobstetricians when the need arises. They usually deal with normalbirths only but are trained to recognise and deal with deviation from thenorm. If something abnormal is discovered during prenatal care, theclient is sent to an obstetrician. Other midwives will deal with abnormalbirths, including breech birth.



Childbirth Midwifery And Concepts Of Time

Childbirth  Midwifery And Concepts Of Time Author Christine McCourt
ISBN-10 085745529X
Release 2013-01-15
Pages 272
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All cultures are concerned with the business of childbirth, so much so that it can never be described as a purely physiological or even psychological event. This volume draws together work from a range of anthropologists and midwives who have found anthropological approaches useful in their work. Using case studies from a variety of cultural settings, the writers explore the centrality of the way time is conceptualized, marked and measured to the ways of perceiving and managing childbirth: how women, midwives and other birth attendants are affected by issues of power and control, but also actively attempt to change established forms of thinking and practice. The stories are engaging as well as critical and invite the reader to think afresh about time, and about reproduction.



An Introduction to Research for Midwives

An Introduction to Research for Midwives Author Colin Rees
ISBN-10 9780702045929
Release 2011-04-11
Pages 264
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This title is now available under ISBN 9780702051654. Struggling to understand the language of research? Need to understand the basic principles and processes of research? Do you find it difficult to know how to apply research to clinical practice? This third edition of Introduction to Research for Midwives is the answer! In simple language, it explains the world of research both for those who must use it as part of evidence-based practice and those undertaking research. The content is particularly student-friendly and provides clear guidelines on critiquing research articles and producing successful reviews of the literature, with many tips on producing assignments that really work. All midwives and other health professionals will find this book invaluable in applying research to their own practice. No prior knowledge of research needed Written in a simple, practical style Applied to the context of evidence-based practice Comprehensive glossary of research terms Quantitative and qualitative research approaches clarified and illustrated Time-saving study skills highlighted Key points summaries for quick revision Clear emphasis on evidence-based practice All chapters include new material Major chapters extensively rewritten Up-to-date references and examples New research techniques included Glossary updated and simplified



Joints and Connective Tissues

Joints and Connective Tissues Author Kerryn Phelps
ISBN-10 9780729582179
Release 2012-10-30
Pages 1280
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Joints and Connective Tissues - General Practice: The Integrative Approach Series. In order to diagnose and manage the patient presenting with musculoskeletal symptoms, it is important to distinguish whether the pathology is arising primarily in the so-called hard tissues (such as bone) or the soft tissues (such as cartilage, disc, synovium, capsule, muscle, tendon, tendon sheath). It is also important to distinguish between the two most common causes of musculoskeletal symptoms, namely inflammatory and degenerative.



The Handbook of Midwifery Research

The Handbook of Midwifery Research Author Mary Steen
ISBN-10 9781118276228
Release 2011-11-22
Pages 224
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Research is a fundamental part of midwifery practice. However, not everyone finds it easy to understand the basic principles, and particularly the language of research. This accessible handbook enables midwives and student midwives to firstly understand how to search and make sense of research evidence, how to write a research proposal and finally how to undertake a research study. The Handbook of Midwifery Research specifically focuses on the needs of midwives and students and helps increase the knowledge and understanding of midwifery research, enabling the reader to undertake research with confidence. With case studies, learning objectives and clear examples throughout, this is an essential purchase for any midwife or student wanting to understand or undertake research. This handbook includes useful tools and techniques to assist midwives and students to keep themselves up-to-date with the best available evidence, enabling them to apply this evidence to their own clinical practice. An essential resource for midwifery students as well as qualified midwives Clear, straightforward, and accessible in style Provides midwives and students with the skills to undertake research with confidence Provides examples throughout to apply research to midwifery practice Includes a glossary of research terms



Introducing the Social Sciences for Midwifery Practice

Introducing the Social Sciences for Midwifery Practice Author Patricia Lindsay
ISBN-10 9781317744047
Release 2015-07-16
Pages 208
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Introducing the Social Sciences for Midwifery Practice makes clear the links between social, anthropological and psychological concepts, midwifery practice and women’s experience of birth. Demonstrating how empathising with women and understanding the context in which they live can affect childbirth outcomes and experiences, this evidence-based text emphasises the importance of compassionate and humane care in midwifery practice. Exploring midwifery as an art, as well as a science, the authors collected here make the case for midwives as professionals working ‘with women’ rather than as birth technicians, taking a purely competency-based approach to practice. The book incorporates a range of pedagogical features to enhance student learning, including overall chapter aims and learning outcomes, ‘recommendations for practice’, ‘learning triggers’ to encourage the reader to delve deeper and reflect on practice, ‘application to practice’ case studies which ensure that the theory is related to contemporary practice, and a glossary of terms. The chapters cover perspectives on birth from sociology; psychology; anthropology; law; social policy and politics. Other chapters address important issues such as disability, politics and sexuality. Outlining relevant theory from the social sciences and clearly applying it to practice, this text is an essential read for all student midwives, registered midwives and doulas.



Men and Maternity

Men and Maternity Author Rosemary Mander
ISBN-10 0415275873
Release 2004
Pages 201
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Men are now much more involved in childbearing, both as medical practitioners and as partners. This book traces the increase of male involvement in childbearing and considers the benefits or otherwise of male participation.



Evidence based Care for Normal Labour and Birth

Evidence based Care for Normal Labour and Birth Author Denis Walsh
ISBN-10 9781134112678
Release 2007-04-19
Pages 200
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Evidence-based care is a well established principle in contemporary healthcare and a world wide health care movement. However, despite the emphasis on promoting evidence-based or effective care without the unnecessary use of technologies and drugs, intervention rates in childbirth are rising rapidly. Evidence-based Care for Normal Labour and Birth brings to light much of the evidence around what works best for normal birth which has, until now, remained largely hidden and ignored by maternity care professionals. Beginning with the decision about where to have a baby, through all the phases of labour to the immediate post-birth period, it systematically details research and other evidence sources that endorse a low intervention approach. The book: highlights where the evidence is compelling discusses its application where women question its relevance to them and where the practitioner's expertise leads them to challenge it gives background and context before discussing the research to date includes questions for reflection and practice recommendations generated from the evidence. Using research data, Evidence-based Care for Normal Labour and Birth critiques institutionalised, scientifically managed birth and endorses a more humane midwifery-led model. Packed with up-to-date and relevant information, this controversial book will help all students, practising midwives and doulas keep abreast of the evidence surrounding normal birth and ensure their practice takes full advantage of it.



Evidence and Skills for Normal Labour and Birth

Evidence and Skills for Normal Labour and Birth Author Denis Walsh
ISBN-10 9781136598418
Release 2011-11-11
Pages 224
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Evidence-based care is a well established principle in contemporary healthcare and a worldwide health care movement. However, despite the emphasis on promoting evidence-based or effective care without the unnecessary use of technologies and drugs, intervention rates in childbirth continue to rise rapidly. This new edition emphasises the importance of translating evidence into skilful practice. It updates the evidence around what works best for normal birth, aspects of which still remain hidden and ignored by some maternity care professionals. Beginning with the decision about where to have a baby, through all the phases of labour to the immediate post-birth period, it systematically details research and other evidence sources that endorse a low intervention approach. The second edition: has been expanded with new chapters on Preparation for Childbirth and Waterbirth highlights where the evidence is compelling discusses its application where women question its relevance to them and where the practitioner's expertise leads them to challenge it gives background and context before discussing the research to date includes questions for reflection, skills sections and practice recommendations generated from the evidence. Using evidence drawn from a variety of sources, Evidence and Skills for Normal Labour and Birth critiques institutionalised, scientifically managed birth and endorses a more humane midwifery-led model. Packed with up-to-date and relevant information, this text will help all students, practising midwives and doulas keep abreast of the evidence surrounding normal birth and ensure their practice takes full advantage of it.



Disability in Pregnancy and Childbirth

Disability in Pregnancy and Childbirth Author Stella Frances McKay-Moffat
ISBN-10 9780702039676
Release 2007-10-10
Pages 240
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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. A first in Midwifery publishing! No other book advises midwives on the special needs of mothers with disabilities. Although an increasing number of women with disabilities are having children, the needs of this minority group are not always being effectively met. Disability in Pregnancy and Childbirth provides essential practical information to healthcare professionals working with this group. The first book on maternity care for women with additional or alternative needs A practical resource for all working with pregnant women and mothers Reflects the lived experiences of women with disabilities Written by experts in the field Holistic content Looks at professional attitudes as well as the woman's needs



A Social History of Maternity and Childbirth

A Social History of Maternity and Childbirth Author Tania McIntosh
ISBN-10 9781136344114
Release 2013-06-19
Pages 200
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People are fascinated by stories of childbirth, and the sources to document maternity in Britain in the twentieth century are rich and varied. This book puts the history of maternity in England into its wider social context, highlighting areas of change and continuity, and charting the development of pregnancy and birth as it emerged from the shadows and became central to social debate. A Social History of Maternity and Childbirth considers the significance of the regulation and training of midwives and doctors, exploring important aspects of maternity care including efforts to tackle maternal deaths, the move of birth from home to hospital, and the rise of consumer groups. Using oral histories and women’s memoirs, as well as local health records and contemporary reports and papers, this book explores the experiences of women and families, and includes the voices of women, midwives and doctors. Key themes are discussed throughout, including: the work and status of the midwife the place of birth pain relief ante- and post- natal care women’s pressure groups high-tech versus low-tech political pressures. At a time when the midwifery profession, and the wider structure of maternity care, is a matter for popular and political debate, this book is a timely contribution. It will be an invaluable read for all those interested in maternity care in England.



Principles and Practice of Research in Midwifery

Principles and Practice of Research in Midwifery Author Elizabeth R. Cluett
ISBN-10 9780702035180
Release 2006-05-03
Pages 308
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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. Written by authors with clinical and research experience, this book is intended for midwives and student midwives participating in Diploma, Advanced Diploma and first level degree programmes. It aims to increase research awareness and develop the skills of critical appraisal of research evidence that are essential to evidence based practice.



Mayes Midwifery

Mayes  Midwifery Author Sue Macdonald
ISBN-10 9780702045967
Release 2011-04-05
Pages 1084
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Mayes’ Midwifery, an established key textbook for students and qualified midwives, contains essential knowledge for professional practice. For this 14th edition, each section and chapter has been fully updated and enhanced by leading authors to ensure the text complies with contemporary practice and current guidelines. Added benefits are the availability of a variety of additional online resources for each chapter, including case studies, video and website links, and a bank of multiple-choice questions to test knowledge. With a strong emphasis on normal birth, the book covers the spectrum of midwifery-related topics applied to practice, providing a foundation of knowledge, and encouraging independent thought through the use of reflective exercises in each chapter and online. The book provides midwives with material that meets individual ways of learning and supports current modes of midwifery education. Mayes’ Midwifery is the text for initial preparation and for ongoing midwifery practice. New chapters on essential contemporary issues: Vulnerable women Perspectives on the future of midwifery, in a global context Evidence-based information to guide best practice Learning outcomes and Key Points in all chapters Reflective activities Now with an integrated website offering additional resources and material including: Multiple-choice questions for self-testing Case studies Reflective activities to consolidate your professional development Useful additional reading, resources and weblinks Expanded topics Downloadable materials including illustrations



Midwives Research and Childbirth

Midwives  Research and Childbirth Author Sarah Robinson
ISBN-10 0412458403
Release 1988-01-01
Pages 256
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Midwives Research and Childbirth has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Midwives Research and Childbirth also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Midwives Research and Childbirth book for free.