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Diane Ménage

Midwife/Doctoral Research Student Coventry University

Safety netting in midwifery

The concept of safety netting is particularly relevant in midwifery given the fundamental nature of midwifery care, which depends on working in partnership with women to recognise and support normal...

Part 2: A model for evidence-based decision-making in midwifery care

This is the second part of a two-part paper in which a new model of evidence-based decision-making for midwifery is proposed In part 1, the case was made for a fit-for-purpose decision-making model on...

Part 1: A model for evidence-based decision-making in midwifery care

Decision-making in midwifery care differs from that of many other areas of health care Midwives work with primarily healthy women who are going through a normal physiological process, but also a...

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