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Skills for midwifery practice / Sara Bayes, Sally-Ann de-Vitry Smith [adaptors].

By: Bayes, Sara.
Contributor(s): de-Vitry Smith, Sally | Johnson, Ruth | Taylor, Wendy, 1956-.
Publisher: Chatswood, Australia : Elsevier, 2018Edition: Australia & New Zealand edition.Content type: text ISBN: 9780729542777; 0729542777.Subject(s): MidwiferyDDC classification: 618.2 Subject: Skills for Midwifery Practice first ANZ edition is an adaptation of the UK title of the same name by Johnson & Taylor. Skills for Midwifery is a highly regarded text, providing invaluable instruction and guidance on a wide range of clinical skills for midwifery students and midwives returning to practice. The publication of an ANZ edition is in response to a strong desire for a localised edition to ensure ANZ guidelines, policies, standards, statistics, terminology, models of care and cultural considerations are reflected. The ANZ edition has undergone some structural change to the original UK edition. The text has been broken down into four sections to reflect the flow through pregnancy, labour and birth, and postnatal care. Each chapter addresses woman and baby, where relevant, and theory and evidence sections precede each skill, explaining the underlying physiology. Each skill has a step-by-step bullet point format, providing clear sequencing of information.Subject: "The first edition of Skills for Midwifery Practice Australia and New Zealand edition builds on the success of the highly regarded Skills for Midwifery Practice by Ruth Johnson and Wendy Taylor, now in its fourth edition. Endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives, this text provides instruction and guidance on more than 100 clinical skills for midwifery students and midwives who wish to perfect their practice. Each clinical skill is presented logically in a step-by-step format, providing a clear sequencing of information. Theory and evidence precedes each skill to thoroughly explain the underlying physiology of the scenarios encountered in midwifery practice."--Publisher's website.
List(s) this item appears in: Bachelor of Midwifery - 2020
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Adapatation of Skills for Midwifery Practice by Ruth Johnson and Wendy Taylor

Skills for Midwifery Practice first ANZ edition is an adaptation of the UK title of the same name by Johnson & Taylor. Skills for Midwifery is a highly regarded text, providing invaluable instruction and guidance on a wide range of clinical skills for midwifery students and midwives returning to practice. The publication of an ANZ edition is in response to a strong desire for a localised edition to ensure ANZ guidelines, policies, standards, statistics, terminology, models of care and cultural considerations are reflected. The ANZ edition has undergone some structural change to the original UK edition. The text has been broken down into four sections to reflect the flow through pregnancy, labour and birth, and postnatal care. Each chapter addresses woman and baby, where relevant, and theory and evidence sections precede each skill, explaining the underlying physiology. Each skill has a step-by-step bullet point format, providing clear sequencing of information.

"The first edition of Skills for Midwifery Practice Australia and New Zealand edition builds on the success of the highly regarded Skills for Midwifery Practice by Ruth Johnson and Wendy Taylor, now in its fourth edition. Endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives, this text provides instruction and guidance on more than 100 clinical skills for midwifery students and midwives who wish to perfect their practice. Each clinical skill is presented logically in a step-by-step format, providing a clear sequencing of information. Theory and evidence precedes each skill to thoroughly explain the underlying physiology of the scenarios encountered in midwifery practice."--Publisher's website.

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