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Obesity matters: the skills that strengthen midwifery practice when caring for obese pregnant women

Community midwives who took part in this study are based in various health centres and GP surgeries, and ensure that every woman in every geographical area has access to midwifery services.

Pregnant women are doing it for themselves: Self-monitoring of blood pressure in pregnancy

Pre-eclampsia screening is one of the cornerstones of antenatal care Early recognition of the disorder is linked to improved maternal and neonatal outcomes (Action on Pre-eclampsia (APEC), 2004) and...

Current perceptions of statutory supervision of midwifery: Time for change?

Statutory supervision of midwifery has been part of the regulatory framework for midwives since the Midwives Registration Act in 1902 The aim of this framework is to safeguard women and their babies...

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