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Midwifery - Advancing Practice

Valsalva manoeuvre during the second stage of labour?

by all4maternity | 4th January 2019 | Advancing Practice, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
Valsalva manoeuvre during the second stage of labour? Sinead Gilsenan – Midwife at Joondalup Health Campus in Perth, Western Australia Dr Sadie Geraghty – Associate Professor at Charles Darwin University and...
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The Professional midwifery advocate and restorative clinical supervision

by all4maternity | 4th December 2018 | Advancing Practice, Mentoring, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
The Professional midwifery advocate and restorative clinical supervision Lys-Marie Williams – Professional Midwifery Advocate and Midwife at Scarborough General Hospital As a band 6 integrated midwife, anecdotally I often encountered...
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Enabling access to birth in a midwife-led unit; implementation of a co-produced evidenced-based guideline

by all4maternity | 1st November 2018 | Advancing Practice, Midwifery, Public Health, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
Enabling access to birth in a midwife-led unit; implementation of a co-produced evidenced-based guideline Maria Healy – Lecturer in Midwifery (Education) at Queen’s University Belfast Patricia Gillen – Head of Research and...
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Is caseloading sustainable? 25-year history of caseloading at King’s College Hospital

by all4maternity | 1st September 2018 | Advancing Practice, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
Is caseloading sustainable? 25-year history of caseloading at King’s College Hospital Octavia Wiseman – Caseloading Midwife at King’s College Hospital and Research Fellow at City, University of London Sadie Holland – Caseloading...
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How midwifery education in Cyprus has evolved; in response to the demands of a complex and changing world

by all4maternity | 1st September 2018 | Advancing Practice, Features, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
How midwifery education in Cyprus has evolved; in response to the demands of a complex and changing world Eleni Hadjigeorgiou – Coordinator of MSc programme in Midwifery at Cyprus University of Technology...
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Improving Perineal Care in the Second Stage of Labour; reducing postnatal perineal pain

by all4maternity | 5th July 2018 | Advancing Practice, Practice Skills, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
Improving Perineal Care in the Second Stage of Labour: Reducing postnatal perineal pain Annette Ballard – Labour Ward Sister at Rosie Hospital Cambridge Background Delivering a baby is a privilege...
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Implementing an aromatherapy service within a midwifery-led birth centre

by all4maternity | 2nd July 2018 | Advancing Practice, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
Implementing an aromatherapy service within a midwifery-led birth centre  Karen Mitchell – Associate Midwife Lead and Lead Midwife for Aromatherapy at Blackburn Birth Centre Complementary therapies in midwifery The demand...
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A-EQUIP: pilot to practice through partnership power

A-EQUIP: pilot to practice through partnership power Louise Clarke – PMA and Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner in high risk complex care at UHCW NHS Trust Deborah Garrett – Practice Development Midwife...
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Newborn and Infant Physical Examination: motivating midwives after ‘training’

Newborn and Infant Physical Examination; motivating midwives after ‘training’ Marcia Bartholomew – Senior Lecturer in Midwifery at the University of West London Increasingly, the call to incorporate the screening activities of...
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Gestational diabetes: the importance of identification and treatment

by all4maternity | 1st April 2018 | Advancing Practice, TPM Articles, TPM Journal
GESTATIONAL DIABETES: THE IMPORTANCE OF IDENTIFICATION AND TREATMENT Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is important because it is one of the commonest medical conditions in pregnancy and is associated with...
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Family Integrated Care

by all4maternity | 3rd January 2018 | Advancing Practice, TPM Journal
Delivery of family integrated care on the neonatal unit. The introduction of parent-led ward rounds This article explores the introduction of parent-led ward rounds on a neonatal unit as...
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Birth Outside the Box – #TheatreChallenge!

By midwife Katherine Mabey   What is Birth Outside the Box? Derby Birth Outside the Box team is an informal forum at Royal Derby Hospital which aims to bring...
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