Birthing Positions : The Evidence - What Do Women Want? What Do Midwives Want?
The Book Will Be Divided Into Three Sections: Section 1 - Historical And Anthropological Evidence On The Use Of Different Birthing Positions, Charting The Timeline And Highlighting How Medicalisation Of Childbirth Over Centuries Played A Part In Influencing Present Day Practice. Section 2 - Empirical Evidence, A Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing Focused Versus General Information In Influencing Women's Choice Of Upright Birthing Positions And Section 3: Midwives' View Of Birthing Positions
- Paperback | 226 pages
- 154 x 232 x 14mm | 322.06g
- 01 Sep 2005
- Mark Allen Group
- Quay Books,a division of Mark Allen Publishing Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Regina Coppen
Regina Coppen PHD, MPHIL, BA, PGCEA, ADM, RM, RN Is An Experienced Midwife With A Career Of 23 Years. She Has Developed Numerous Courses For Pre-Registration And Post-Registration And Postgraduate Students At Kings College, London. She Completed Her PHD In 2002 On The Psychology Of Decision Making With Reference To How Women Make Decisions About Their Choice Of Birthing Positions.
'Excellent text. Explains principles of research. Informs practice clinically.' - Tracey Barnfather, Principal Lecturer, Department of Midwifery, University of Northampton. 'This is an excellent text as this topic is suitable for all levels of midwifery practice.' - Midwifery Lecturer. 'Well structured and logical flow. Excellent content, particularly useful glossary.' - Senior Midwifery Lecturer.