Research unwrapped; caring for women making unconventional birth choices

Research unwrapped; ‘Caring for women making unconventional birth choices: a meta-ethnography exploring the views, attitudes,and experiences of midwives’ Feeley et al 2019  Dr Alys Einion – Associate Professor of Midwifery at Swansea University Published in The Practising Midwife Volume 22 Issue 4 April 2019 Research unwrapped is a popular series to help readers make sense of published […]

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What are women’s ‘rights’ when it comes to infant feeding?

Professor Amy Brown, Swansea University Yesterday, there was one of those media storms. It all started out innocuously enough. The Royal College of Midwives made a slight tweak to their breastfeeding position statement and … bam … suddenly the tabloids were in a shark feeding frenzy, all seeking to outdo each other with how derogatory […]

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Choice of birthplace for low risk women: a reflection

CHOICE OF BIRTHPLACE FOR LOW RISK WOMEN: A REFLECTION This article reflects on the discussion between a midwife and low-risk woman regarding choice of birthplace. Using the reflective cycle by Rolfe et al (2001), a simple and pragmatic three-stage reflective cycle, I consider whether informed choice was effectively empowered for the client, and consider how […]

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