9780729537568: Midwifery: Preparation for Practice

Midwifery: Preparation for Practice focuses on placing the woman and midwife at the center of care, in line with the philosophy, education and practice standards set by the Australian College of Midwives and the New Zealand College of Midwives. It reflects the socio-political contexts in which students in the two countries practice.

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Part A: Partners


1. Australian and New Zealand Health and Maternity Services - Karen Guilliland New Zealand College of Midwives (NZCOM), Sally K Tracy and Carol Thorogood

2. Australian and New Zealand context - Jill White, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW

3. Understanding World Views for Midwifery - Karen Lane, Deakin University, VIC

4. Risk and Safety - Joan Skinner, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ

5. Ways of looking at evidence & measurement - Sally K Tracy

6. Place of birth - Maralyn Foureur, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ & Marion Hunter, Auckland University of Technology, NZ


7. Challenges to Women's health - Caroline Homer, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW

8. Making decisions about fertility - Sally K Tracy

9. Transitions - Jan Pincombe


10. Professional frameworks for midwifery practice in Australia & New Zealand - Sally Pairman and Roslyn Donnellan-Fernandez, Department of Health Services, South Australia, SA

11. Legal frameworks for practice in Australia & New Zealand - Helen Newnham, Edith Cowan University, WA and Jackie Pearse NZCOM

12. Ethical frameworks for midwifery practice - Lynley Anderson, Otago University, NZCOM and Bronwen Pelvin NZCOM

13. Life skills for midwifery practice - Bronwen Pelvin

Part B: Midwifery Practice


14. Theoretical frameworks for midwifery practice - Sally Pairman, & Judith McAra - Couper, Auckland University of Technology, NZ

15. Working in partnership - Nicky Leap, University of Technology Sydney and SESIAHS, NSW & Sally Pairman

16. Working in collaboration - Sally K Tracy and Suzanne Miller, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ

17. Promoting physiological birth - Nicky Leap


18. Physiology of conception & pregnancy - Sally Baddock, Otago Polytechnic, NZ

19. Nutrition for childbearing - Sandra Elias, Otago Polytechnic, NZ

20. Working with women in pregnancy - Celia Grigg, Christchurch Hospital, NZ

21. Physiology of labour & the postnatal period - Sally Baddock & Lesley Dixon, Burwood Primary Birth Unit, NZ

22. Supporting women in labour & birth - Juliet Thorpe, Independent Midwife & Jacqui Anderson, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, NZ

23. Working with pain in labour - Nicky Leap and Stephanie Vague, Independent Midwife

24. Water for labour & birth - Robyn Maude, Massey University, NSW and Shea Caplice, SESIAHS, NSW

25. Maintaining the integrity of the Pelvic floor - Sue Hendy, Midwifery Consultant, NSW

26. Supporting women becoming mothers - Lesley Dixon

27. Supporting the newborn infant - Jackie Gunn, Auckland University of Technology, NZ

28. Supporting the Breastfeeding Mother - Ann Henderson Women & Children's Hospital, Adelaide, SA & Marlene Scobbie, Birth Care Auckland, NZ

29. Pharmacology & Prescribing - Marion Hunter, Auckland University of Technology, NZ & Jackie Gunn, Auckland University of Technology, NZ

30. Completing the midwife/woman partnership - Rhondda Davies, Independent Midwife, NZ

31. Contraception - Helen Calabretto, University of South Australia, SA


32. Screening & assessment - Sally K Tracy

33. Complications in pregnancy - Christine Griffiths, Independent Midwife, NZ & Carol Thorogood

34. Complications in labour & birth - Carol Thorogood and Catherine Donaldson, Independent Midwifery Educator & Midwife

35. Interventions: the evidence - Sally K Tracy

36. Life threatening emergencies - Carol Thorogood & Sue Hendy

37. Complications with the postnatal period - Jenny Gamble, Griffith University, QLD & Debra Creedy, Griffith University, QLD

38. Complications of the newborn - Linda Jones, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, VIC & Annette Wright, Royal Hospital for Women Sydney, NSW

39. Grief & bereavement - Chris Stanbridge, NZCOM

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Pairman DMid MA BA RM RGON, Sally; Pincombe PhD MAppSc PGradDipEd BA RM RN RIN FACMI, Jan; Thorogood PhD MPhil BAppSc Psych PGradDipArts DipEdRN RM FACMI, Carol; Tracy DMid MA BNurs ADN RM RGON, Sally K.
Editore: Churchill Livingstone (2006)
ISBN 10: 0729537560 ISBN 13: 9780729537568
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