Myles Textbook for Midwives
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Pearson MA, and Marshall JE (2014) Exploring father's Influence on their partner's choice regarding place of birth. Doctor of Philosophy: A Skin-to-Skin Contact Facilitating Garment used by Mother-Infant Dyads: Exploring its Acceptability, Usage and Effect on Health Outcomes in the Postnatal Period, Birmingham City University, 11th August 2020. Pearson M and Marshall JE (2012) Exploring fathers’ influence on their partner’s choice regarding place of birth.
Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice: Concepts and Challenges, Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 229-248. The tone is more conversational and more woman-centred than many textbooks, with case studies and quotes. In Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2020) Myles Textbook for Midwives (17th ed), Edinburgh, Elsevier, pp 955-969.It’s conversational, sisterly and tells a near-complete story of birth, which is a very hard thing to do. NETNEP 2014: 5th International Nurse Education Conference, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 22-25 June 2014. Covers designing and implementing high quality midwifery care using evidence, policy and models of care.
The description of birth, separation from children, and the religious rule is terrifying, but illustrates perfectly the importance of female human rights – and also addresses how cold the academic world can be. Marshall JE and Raynor MD (2012) Keterampilan Lanjut Practik Klinik Kebidanan, Singapore: Elsevier (Singapore) Pte Limited / Indonesia: EGC Medical Publisher. Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K(2012) Introduction, in Raynor MD, Marshall JE and Jackson K (2012) Midwifery Practice: Critical Illness, Complications and Emergencies Case Book, Berkshire, Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp 1-4.Whilst prepared predominantly by contributors from the UK, Myles Professional Studies for Midwifery Education and Practice Concepts and Challenges will be suitable for an international readership. From the quick glance I’ve had through, the writing is like a combination of my favourite European female authors (Austin, Joanne Harris, Margaret Atwood),with a deep midwifery philosophy throughout. The concept of resilience is introduced for the reader to contemplate their personal contribution in creating an environment that is conducive to protecting the wellbeing of themselves and colleagues within the workplace.