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The influence of ethnicity on assessments and academic progression in a midwifery degree

A retrospective cohort observation study was carried out at a UK university in the south of England. The sample included all students who entered the BSc (Hons) 3-year midwifery programme between 2014...

‘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...

Adding to the midwifery curriculum through internationalisation and promotion of global mobility

Midwifery practice needs to constantly adapt and respond to mutable social, cultural and political factors Considering immigration patterns in England and Wales, the population has become ever more...

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