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- "It's What Midwifery is All About": Western Australian Midwives' Experiences of Being 'with Woman' During Labour and Birth in the Known Midwife Model.Z. Bradfield, Y. Hauck, M. Kelly & R. Duggan - 2019 - BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 19 (1).© 2019 The Author. Background: The phenomenon of being 'with woman' is fundamental to midwifery as it underpins its philosophy, relationships and practices. There is an identified gap in knowledge around the 'with woman' phenomenon from the perspective of midwives providing care in a variety of contexts. As such, the aim of this study was to explore the experiences of being 'with woman' during labour and birth from the perspective of midwives' working in a model where care is provided by (...)No categories
- The Thought of Literature : Notes to Contemporary Fictions.Jason Childs - 2018 - Dissertation, University of Technology SydneyUniversity of Technology Sydney. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.No categories