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Seeking asylum while pregnant

The following reflection uses a flexible application of the John's model (2013) to explore a student midwife's experiences of working with a specialist migrant midwife, who works exclusively with...

A midwife's experience of stillbirth

This is a reflective piece, written after being asked by the mother of a stillborn baby whether midwives were also affected by stillbirth The setting was a rural hospital in southern Ethiopia that...

Completing a maternal acute illness management course as part of the pre-registration programme

This article is a reflection based on completing the Maternal Acute Illness Management (M-AIM) course, and aims to explore the care provided during acute illness scenarios, focusing on communication...

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