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Exploring the value of group supervision in midwifery. Part 2: Evaluation of data from Wales

Following the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO, 2013) report Midwifery supervision and regulation: recommendations for change and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC, 2015a)...

Mindfulness in maternity: Evaluation of a course for midwives

There is increasing literature to suggest that mindfulness-based interventions may address a variety of psychological problems (eg Grossman et al, 2004; Dimidjian and Goodman, 2009; Duncan and...

Tell it Right, Start it Right: An evaluation of training for health professionals about Down syndrome

Down syndrome (DS) is one of the most common and recognisable conditions associated with learning disability, and approximately 27/1000 pregnancies are affected (Morris and Springett, 2014) Many...

Evaluating postgraduate midwifery students' experiences of a model of blended learning

The Master of Midwifery Practice (MMP) is a newly accredited postgraduate midwifery course offered in a university in Western Australia, and successful completion of the course leads to registration...

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