Midwifery: Freedom to Practise?
This book deals with the central theme of freedom to practise midwifery in selected countries of the world. Each chapter has a separate author who has specific knowledge of the country for that chapter either as a citizen or researcher. The underpinning theme of this book is the philosophy of best midwifery practice - particularly that which is evidence-based. To clarify the meaning of the term, the book includes an initial chapter that discusses the aims and realities of achieving ‘best practice' - wherever in the world a midwife may be and under whatever circumstances she may be working.Table of Contents
Edited by Lindsay Reid, BA, PhD, Dip Ed, RGN, SCM, ADM, Midwife writer and researcher, Fife, Scotland, UK
- 328 Pages
- Trim Size: 9 1/5 X 6 1/8 in
- Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- ISBN: 978-0-443-10312-4
- Copyright: 2007