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‘No offence, it's just that research is boring’: The trials and tribulations of the midwifery research educator

The argument that ‘research is boring’ is one that greets me most days when trying to introduce research to undergraduate student midwives The role of research in midwifery has become well established...

A values-based curriculum to support aesthetic ‘ways of knowing’ in an undergraduate midwifery programme

The public enquiry into the failings of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust (Francis, 2013) found that poor leadership, and a focus on targets rather than people, led to health professionals...

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