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Edited by Jayne E. Marshall, FRCM, PFHEA, PhD, MA, PGCEA, ADM, RM, RN and Maureen D. Raynor, MA PGCEA ADM RMN RN RM
204 pagesTrim Size 9 11/16 X 7 7/16 inCopyright 2010$71.95, Paperback, Reference
Advancing Skills in Midwifery Practice provides a guide to continuing professional development needs and meeting the latest Post-Registration and Practice (PREP) requirements. Building on Skills for Midwifery Practice by Ruth Johnson and Wendy Taylor, this book follows a similar format already familiar to many midwives. Whilst aimed primarily at registered midwives, the principles and philosophy apply across interprofessional boundaries. Grounded in safe practice and on contemporary evidence, this book also ensures that the health and wellbeing of the mother, baby and family remain at the forefront of care.
1. Introduction2. The midwife’s professional responsibilities in developing competence in new skills3. Complementary therapies in midwifery: a focus on moxibustion for breech presentation4. Ultrasonography in midwifery practice5. Reducing unnecessary caesarean section by external cephalic version 6. Peripheral intravenous cannulation7. Midwives undertaking ventouse births8. Forceps-assisted births9. Facilitating vaginal breech birth at term10. Perineal management and repair11. Haemodynamic assessment and monitoring in maternity care12. Physiological examination of the neonate13. Infant massage14. Postnatal physiological examination of the mother15. Working in new ways to advance midwifery skills in practice
Edited by Jayne E. Marshall, FRCM, PFHEA, PhD, MA, PGCEA, ADM, RM, RN, Foundation Professor of Midwifery and NMC Lead Midwife for Education, School of Allied Health Professions, College of Life Sciences, George Davies Centre, University of Leicester, UK
and Maureen D. Raynor, MA PGCEA ADM RMN RN RM, Senior Lecturer (Midwifery), De Montfort University, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Leicester, UK