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Lorna Lawther

Lecturer in Midwifery Education, Queen's University Belfast

Simulation in midwifery: the role of motivation in designing an undergraduate experience

There is good evidence for simulated learning in respect to students' learning gain, satisfaction and overall self-confidence (Marion-Martins and Pinho, 2020; Mulyadi et al, 2020; Chua et al, 2021;...

Pre-registration midwifery education: adapting infant feeding observed simulated clinical examinations

In Northern Ireland, at the time of the revised changes to observed simulated clinical examinations (OSCEs), undergraduate midwifery education was provided by a higher education institute accredited...

Sharing the decision about VBAC: introducing the ARCS-V motivational learning model

The World Health Organization (WHO) (2015a) estimates that in the UK, 249−291% of births are by caesarean section, despite evidence illustrating that caesarean section rates greater than 10% fail to...

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