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The practice of midwifery

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Practicing as a midwife today requires not only good clinical skills but also a broad understanding of the social and emotional changes a woman experiences before and after birth.

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New York, The Macmillan Company, This book, Clinical Practice Guidelines for Midwifery and Women’s Health, is designed with the practicing midwife in mind. The text condenses and outlines clinical care, highlighting the art and science behind the midwifery model of care. It is the authors’ goal that this book support your professional practice as a resource.

3. Function as a leader within the nurse-midwifery profession to effect positive change in the health care delivery system. 4. Participate in the creation, evaluation and dissemination of health care knowledge as it relates to the practice of nurse-midwifery.

5.This book is the fourth in the series on the practise of midwifery for midwifery students. As you journey through your midwifery education you will be preparing yourself to work with and care for women, their babies and families within the context of all socioeconomic circumstances.The intertwined histories of midwifery and EBP are explored to show the meaning and importance of EBP to midwifery practice and policy.

1 Introduction It might seem obvious to the current generation of midwives and other health care providers that practice should be informed by evidence as this is now an accepted approach to health care.