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Revisiting Waterbirth
An attitude to care
 
 
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24 Nov 2010
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Revisiting Waterbirth is an essential text for midwifery practice, by an internationally renowned author. This revised version of Garland's previous book Waterbirth gives clear and structured guidance on the use of water in labour, through clinical scenarios, research summaries and evidence-based advice for both students and practitioners.


Description

Revisiting Waterbirth is an essential text for midwifery practice, by an internationally renowned author. This revised version of Garland's previous book Waterbirth gives clear and structured guidance on the use of water in labour, through clinical scenarios, research summaries and evidence-based advice for both students and practitioners.


Contents


Why Use Water in Birth?
Accentuating Normality: Guidelines for Practice
Theories About Hydrotherapy in Labour
Engaging with Parents
Robust Clinical Care
Breathing: The Baby's First Breath
Interprofessional Issues in Waterbirthing
Research and its Application to Practice
Teaching and Learning About Waterbirth
Help and Further Resources
 


Authors

DIANNE GARLAND is a registered Midwife with over 20 years of experience, who has successfully introduced midwifery changes in order to enhance woman centred care. She is committed to the development of midwives' life long education through learning contracts which integrate theory and practice. She has experience of working with a multi-professional team within an NHS trust and with outside agencies.