The book featured in this month's review is unusual, but highly topical, given the growing numbers of colouring books for adults that have hit the shelves in recent years. Preparing for Birth:...
How to Survive your Nursing or Midwifery Course As thousands of midwives, mentors and lecturers return to university after the holidays, two readers review a book relevant for all in midwifery...
It can be daunting entering the third year of your midwifery degree. There is a lot going on with your course, plus the fact that you need to start looking for a post-qualification job. Launching Your...
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