Book Review

The Modern Midwife's Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond

A book review on "The Modern Midwife's Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond".

Acupressure And Acupuncture During Birth: An Integrative Guide For Acupuncturists And Birth Professionals

For anybody not already sold on the benefits of Eastern Asian medicine, the book has no problem in promoting its virtues.

Why Oxytocin Matters

Why Oxytocin Matters As a whole, this...

Informed Is Best

A review of the book "Informed Is Best" by Amy Brown.

Why Breastfeeding Grief And Trauma Matter

A book review on 'Why Breastfeeding Grief and Trauma Matters' by Amy Brown.

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Squaring The Circle The book ‘Squaring...

How To Have A Mindful Pregnancy

This handbag-sized wonder is my new favourite go-to as both a mother and midwife I only wish I had found it years ago! ‘How To Have A Mindful Pregnancy’ by Sian Warriner and Mark Pallis is packed full...

Why Birth Trauma Matters

Why Birth Trauma Matters This is one...

The Student Guide To Newborn Infant Physical Examination

What a delight to read this informative but practical book aimed at student midwives undertaking Newborn Infant Physical Examination (NIPE) at undergraduate level. Its ease of access and practical...

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Sands Bereavement SupportBook Very...

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Why Caesarean matters I was intrigued...

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Maddie McMahon has captured the essence of the ultimate feminist issue of childbirth and motherhood in her nurturing and eloquently written book, Why Mothering Matters. As a doula and a mother,...

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This book has more than 370 pages and 29 chapters providing some in-depth evidence-based knowledge. The book is suitable for all levels of midwifery, and topics range from why women should breastfeed,...

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Doing a Literature Review: Releasing the Research Imagination (2nd edition) ...

New Walk

New Walk Chloe has always dreamed of becoming a midwife, like her late mother Although only 18, Chloe feels deeply the responsibilities that come with being part of a family muddling through in...

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