Mythology and Midwifery: The Midwife in Ancient Greece
- Midwifery Research--Where next? Jowitt, Margaret // Midwifery Matters;Winter2001, Issue 91, p2
Focuses on the state of midwifery in Europe. Factors on which midwifery research should be based; Emergence of evidence-based practice in medicine; Need for midwifery evidence to be promoted in the Levels of Evidence list; Role of midwives in reducing the rates of caesarean births; Reason why...
- How can we change the world? Hall, Jenny // Midwifery Matters;Winter2001, Issue 91, p14
Focuses on the need for midwives to work together to institute changes to improve the world. Problems faced by midwives; Changes suggested by a forum of midwifery; Depiction of an algorithm illustrating ways to change the world.
- Midwifery Models for Excellence. Ridley, Shane // AIMS Journal;2002, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on discussion of strategies for achieving good midwifery practice, at the 2002 conference in the Royal Botanic Gardens Lecture Theatre. Establishment of the Edgeware Birth Centre to provide midwifery service to women; Presentation on the Albany Midwifery Practice; Feminist pedagogical...
- ARM Looks to the Future. Blackwood, Wendy; Herbert, Sally; Kacary, Rosie; Kaman, Aida; Montagu, Sarah // Midwifery Matters;Summer2003, Issue 97, p2
Discusses the issues that the Association of Radical Midwives should prioritize in order to improve midwifery in Great Britain, according to candidates for the position of Coordinator and Administrative Secretary of the organization. Fighting for the midwifery model; Indemnity insurance;...
- ARM's Evidence to the House of Commons Select Committee on Health on the Maternity Services. // Midwifery Matters;Summer2003, Issue 97, p21
Presents the Association of Radical Midwives' evidence presented to the British House of Commons Select Committee on Health on the Maternity Services. Validity of the Winterton Committee and Cumberlege Report; Staffing structure within the maternity services.
- Letter from Bangladesh. Neile, Euranis // Midwifery Matters;Summer2002, Issue 93, p6
Relates experiences as midwife in Bangladesh. Impression toward the environment of the country; Emphasis of the supply of electricity; Consideration of the teaching methods applied in different schools.
- Dreaming of Utopia. Parkes, Rosie // Midwifery Matters;Autumn2002, Issue 94, p7
Discusses ways that midwives can continue their job while taking care of home life. Part-time community midwifery; Rewards in caring for friends throughout their pregnancies and births; Part-time caseload practice.
- Why do Midwives Leave? Ball, Linda; Curtis, Penny; Kirkham, Mavis // Midwifery Matters;Spring2003, Issue 96, p8
Relates the results of a study on the reasons midwives give for their decision to leave midwifery in Great Britain. Dissatisfaction; Planned career change; Retirement; Ill health.
- The Implications of the Central Negligence Scheme for trusts on Midwifery Practice and Knowledge. Evans, Jane // Midwifery Matters;Spring2003, Issue 96, p10
Studies the implications of the central negligence scheme for trusts on midwifery practice and knowledge. How to keep midwifery skills alive; Reasons for the rapid demise of the midwifery profession.