Midwifery E-books

 

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  • Durham, Roberta F.; Chapman, Linda (F. A. Davis Company, 2014)
    In this second edition of Maternal-Newborn Nursing: The Critical Components of Nursing Care we continue to emphasize the basics of maternity nursing, focusing on evidence-based practice for all levels of nursing programs. ...
  • Johnson, Joyce Y. (The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2010)
  • Ricci, Susan Scott; Kyle, Terri; Carman, Susan (Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013)
  • Meadows-Oliver, Mikki (Wolters Kluwer Health., 2015)
    The first edition of Pediatric Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! was published in 2005. Since the initial publication, there have been many advances in pediatric health care and within the nursing profession. Much of that ...
  • Pryor, Karen; Pryor, Gale (2015)
    This book contains advice and information relating to health care. It is not intended to replace medical advice and should be used to supplement rather than replace regular care by your doctor. It is recommended that ...
  • Davidson, Michele R.; London, Marcia L.; Ladewig, Patricia A. Wieland (Pearson Education, Inc, 2012)
    Most often, pregnancy and childbirth are times of great joy, a celebration of life, and a promise of the future. But they may also be times of deepest sorrow as families deal with illness, complications, and loss. Nurses ...
  • Ricci, Susan Scott (Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013)
    This textbook is designed as a practical approach to understanding the health of women in a maternity context and the health of their newborns. Women in our society are becoming empowered to make informed and responsible ...
  • Perry, Shannon E.; Hockenberry, Marilyn J.; Lowdermilk, Deitra Leonard; Wilson, David (Elsevier Inc, 2014)
  • Peate, Ian; Hamilton, Cathy (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2014)
    In the UK, maternity services have developed significantly with an increasing recognition that midwives should take the lead role in the care of normal pregnancy and labour (DH 2007, 2010). Midwifery-led care has been ...
  • Chapman, Vicky; Charles, Cathy (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2013)
  • Mivcek, Ana Polona (AvE4EvA, 2015)
  • Medforth, Janet; Battersby, Susan; Evans, Maggie; Marsh, Beverley; Walker, Angela (Oxford University Press, 2011)
    Midwifery is the art of the possibility. It requires insight, understanding and empathy. Above all it is about delivering the information and services, which women and their families need. In the rapidly changing fi eld ...
  • Worth, Jeniffer (Penguin Group, 2009)
    In January 1998, the Midwives Journal published an article by Terri Coates entitled “Impressions of a Midwife in Literature”. After careful research right across European and English-language writing, Terri was forced ...
  • Parker-Littler, Catharine (Peggy Vance, 2008)
  • McVeigh, Enda; Guillebaud, John; Homburg, Roy (Oxford University Press, 2013)
  • Dattilio, Frank M.; Jongsma, Arthur E.; Davis, Sean D. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2014)
  • Kaakinen, Joanna Rowe; Tabacco, Aaron; Coehlo, Deborah Padgett; Hanson, Shirley May Harmon; Steele, Rose (F. A. Davis Company, 2015)
  • Denham, Sharon A.; Eggenberger, Sandra; Krumwiede, Norma; Young, Patricia (F. A. Davis Company, 2016)
    The purpose of Family-Focused Nursing Care is to help nursing students and practicing nurses identify ways to bring a family focus into all individuals’ care. A major theme of this book is the emphasis on thinking family ...
  • Ministry of Medical Services; Division of Reproductive Health: Ministry of Health (Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, 2011)
    The purpose of this curriculum is to improve service providers’ knowledge, attitudes, and skills in offering sexuality counselling services to their clients in an open and non-judgemental way. The overarching goal is to ...