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Interprofessional team trust in maternity services: a service evaluation

By adopting a critical feminist stance, this study aimed to illuminate women’s voices in what is described as a predominantly male-orientated NHS organisational culture (Davies, 2003). Despite...

The F word: Midwifery students' understanding of feminism

The Oxford Dictionary defines feminism as ‘the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes’ This is a basic definition, and it is argued that feminism has many, with an...

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