This handbook presents information for supervisors, supervisees and managers who are involved in implementing clinical supervision. Over 50 questions are identified and each self-contained answer can be read in five minutes.
This work provides general guidelines on physical activity during pregnancy, and the implications that pregnancy has on the pregnant woman and her baby. Safety issues and guidelines to teaching form the basis of the text, and should be of interest to students, midwives, and exercise teachers.
This text examines sexual health from a range of perspectives. Issues examined include: politics and sexual relations; culture and ethnicity; midwifery and child health; mental health; paediatrics; purchasers and providers; sexuality and terminal care; and ethics and law.
This book is an introductory text designed for nursing students and practising nurses which will allow them to develop their research knowledge and skills in a user-friendly manner. The book avoids making assumptions regarding the level of research understanding.
This book consists of articles that originally appeared in the British Journal of Midwifery. Chapters include; HIV testing and the midwife, HIV health and safety practice, universial precautions, HIV modes of spread, HIV - women's health and chaildbearing issue, HIV screening, and gender related to screening.
This text is written by a leading international expert in the area of midwifery and covers: the debate on birthing positions and evidence for and against different positions; a systematic review of the evidence; the results of a randomised controlled trial on women's choice of positions; midwives' views on birthing positions.