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Diagnosis, management and training in perineal trauma: a national survey of UK midwives

This was a descriptive, cross-sectional study conducted in collaboration with a team in the USA. A revised version of a validated and published survey on experience and training in obstetric tears was...

Exploring midwives' emotional wellbeing: evaluation of a survey using cognitive interviews

This article presents the process of survey development and the two pre-testing methods that preceded a conventional pilot: cognitive interviews and a discussion group. Cognitive interviews are...

Level of adherence to ICM global standards of midwifery education in Brunei: Survey results

Producing competent health professionals is imperative for effective national health outcomes Similarly, developing a qualified and competent midwifery workforce is claimed to be essential for...

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