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By Faye Thompson, PhD, FRCNA, MNSt, DipApSc(Nr Ed)
196 pagesTrim Size 7 7/16 X 9 11/16 inCopyright 2004$55.95, Paperback, Reference
This U.K. book is written by Faye Thompson, who has thirty years experience as a midwife and educator. She studied philosophy and the humanities as an undergraduate in Australia, and now lectures on health care ethics. As a feminist, she seeks to reunite morality and personal interest so that the woman is not subordinated in women's health and childbirth practices. From this experience, she offers a framework of ethics specific to midwifery and derived from midwifery practice that takes ethical discourse beyond current literature, proposing strategies for ethical practice based on findings arising out of the profession itself.
By Faye Thompson, PhD, FRCNA, MNSt, DipApSc(Nr Ed), Lecturer, Applied Ethics Research Concentration, School of Humanities and Human Services, Carseldine Campus, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia; Nurse Researcher, Mater Mothers Hospital, South Brisbane, Australia