Midwifery Preparation for Practice, 5th Edition

Author
Edited by Sally Pairman, MNZM, D.Mid, MA, BA, RM, RGON. , Sally K. Tracy, DMID MA BNURS AdvDipMid RM RGON, Hannah Dahlen, BN, GradCert (Mid-Pharm), MCommN,PhD, RN, RM, FACM and Lesley Dixon, PHD, RM
ISBN
9780729543811
Publication Date
16-01-2023
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Now in its 5th edition Midwifery Preparation for Practice continues to present a global model of midwifery best practice that is supported by a range of examples from the Australian, New Zealand and international midwifery contexts.

Endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives and the New Zealand College of Midwives the text continues to reinforce the established principles of midwifery philosophy and practice - that of midwives working in partnership with women, in woman-centred models or midwife-led care. This focus is what sets this text apart from other physiology-based midwifery texts, making it a highly valued resource for students and practicing midwives alike.

The highly esteemed team of editors once again lead a group of internationally recognised leaders in midwifery to share their knowledge and expertise in midwifery practice, education, research and regulation across Australia, New Zealand and internationally.


Key Features
  • Aligned to local and international midwifery standards for practice and guidelines
  • Endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives and the New Zealand College of Midwives
  • Presented in 2 volumes for ease of use
  • Videos to support learning
  • An eBook included in all print purchases

Additional resources on Evolve:

  • eBook on VitalSource

Instructor resources:

  • PPT slides
  • Test bank

Student resources:

  • Videos
  • Answer to review questions
  • Weblinks
  • Image bank
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780729543811
Product Format Book
Publication Date 2022
Author Information Edited by Sally Pairman, MNZM, D.Mid, MA, BA, RM, RGON. , Chief Executive, International Confederation of Midwives, The Hague, The Netherlands; Sally K. Tracy, DMID MA BNURS AdvDipMid RM RGON, Professor of Midwifery Research, Sydney University; Conjoint Professor, School of Women's and Children's Health, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW, Australia.; Hannah Dahlen, BN, GradCert (Mid-Pharm), MCommN,PhD, RN, RM, FACM, Professor of Midwifery and Higher Degree Research Director, Western Sydney University, Sydney, NSW, Australia. and Lesley Dixon, PHD, RM, Midwifery Advisor, New Zealand College of Midwives,Christchurch, Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Table of Content

Book 1:

SECTION 1: CONTEXT
1. The Australian and New Zealand context
2. Contemporary Australian and New Zealand midwifery and maternity services
3. Human rights in childbirth
4. Fear and risk
5. Sustainability and environmental health care
6. Midwifery as primary health
7. Birth place and birth space
8. Ways of looking at evidence and measurement

SECTION 2: THE WOMAN
9. Social and environmental determinants of women's health
10. Midwives working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
11. Locating Maori as Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa (New Zealand) in the Midwifery Partnership
12. Options for women around fertility and reproduction

SECTION 3: THE MIDWIFE
13. Professional frameworks for practice in Australia and New Zealand
14. Legal frameworks for practice in Australia and New Zealand
15. Ethical Frameworks for practice
16. Supporting midwives, supporting each other

SECTION 4: PRACTICING PARTNERSHIP
17. Midwifery partnership
18. Working in collaboration
19. Promoting physiological birth

Book 2:

SECTION 1: AUTONOMOUS PRACTICE
20. Overview of reproductive physiology
21. Nutrition and physical activity foundations for pregnancy, childbirth and lactation
22. Screening and assessment
23. Working with women in pregnancy
24. Applied physiology for labour and birth
25. Supporting women in labour and birth
26. Working with pain in labour
27. Using water for labour and birth
28. Perineal care and repair
29. Overview of physiological changes during the postnatal period
30. Supporting women becoming mothers
31. Supporting the newborn
32. Supporting the breastfeeding mother
33. Pharmacology and prescribing
34. Contraception
35. Women's psycho-social health and wellbeing

SECTION 2: COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE
36. Variations in normal
37. Challenges in pregnancy
38. Disturbances in the rhythm of labour
39. Interventions in pregnancy, labour and birth
40. Life-threatening emergencies
41. Complications in the post-natal period for the mother
42. The compromised neonate
43. Grief and loss during childbearing -- the crying times

Publication Date 16-01-2023
Stock Status In Stock
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