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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...

Midwifery students and routine discussion of birth experience in the early postnatal period in hospital

During training, midwifery students are educated and supported in providing emotional and psychological care to women during the postnatal period Women often have increased psychological needs...

An evaluation of the first year of an enquiry-based learning midwifery curriculum

The fundamental aim of pre- and post-registration midwifery education is to develop safe, competent practitioners ‘so that, on registration, they can assume full responsibility and accountability for...

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