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Childbirth satisfaction and perceptions of control: postnatal psychological implications

The safe delivery of a healthy baby is a critical priority in perinatal care However, maternal satisfaction also remains an important outcome, as it has the potential to influence psychological...

‘Freedom to flourish’: University of Salford student midwives' placement link with the Isle of Man

The relationship between the Jane Crookall Maternity Unit on the Isle of Man and the University of Salford developed when midwives from the island accessed the post-qualifying Examination of the...

The case for collaborative learning: Introducing opportunities in the higher education setting

There is evidence that parents want information and services around pregnancy and birth to be consistent and seamless, with different agencies and departments within health care working together, and...

Homebirth in England: Factors that impact on job satisfaction for community midwives

Homebirth rates in England have been persistently low for more than 5 decades, with just 23% of women giving birth at home in 2013 (Office for National Statistics, 2014)

Midwives' perception about their practice in a midwifery-led care model in karachi, Pakistan

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) 2010 statistics, every day about 1000 women die during childbirth Of these deaths, 99% occur in developing countries (WHO, 2014) The global neonatal...

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