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Professional identity

Students stand at the door: exploring views on professionalism in midwifery spaces

A group of final year midwifery students participated in the conversation about professionalism. When some of the conversation was performed by one of the researchers, there was consensus that the...

Maternity services in China and professional identity of the midwife

Last November, the author of this article had the opportunity to participate in a professional tour looking at midwifery services in China, enabled by a scholarship from the Florence Nightingale...

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