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Delivering care to women with congenital heart disease: the role of clinical nurse specialist

The joint cardiac and obstetric service at the Royal Brompton and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, was established by Professor Phillip Steer and Dr Jane Sommerville in 1988. This was then expanded...

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...

Student midwives' perspectives on efficacy of feedback after objective structured clinical examination

Assessment of learning and subsequent feedback is important in both theoretical and practice domains in order to ensure students understand the theory underpinning midwifery, and are able to practise...

A modified early obstetric warning system

For the majority of women childbearing is a normal life event Physiological adaptations usually ensure a woman has a healthy pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal recovery However, the increased...

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