Normal Midwifery Practice
- Sam Chenery-Morris - University of Suffolk, UK
- Moira McLean - De Montfort University, UK
'I would recommend this text to new student midwives - the book is a good resource to support student learning from practice - especially the reflective activities asking the reader to consider experiences from placement. It is supplemented by suggested answers to tasks presented and so helpful for the year 1 student midwife' -
Celia Yeardley, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, Midwifery, Sheffield Hallam University
A really good text for first-year student midwives, but perhaps too simplistic for those later in their training. The layout is very clear and I really like the activity panels which direct them to further learning. May need to be updated once the new standards are published
provided a good insight to normal midwifery practice
Good overall practice for normality for yr 1 students
An informative text and highly accessible to new midwifery students. Presented in a clear and easy to understand style, it supports practice well using a range of reflective activities to support the learners continuing development. The suggested answer section will be especially useful for new students.
This book is an extremely useful book for students, in particular, first year students. It is well written, the format is easy to read and understand, and has an excellent focus on normality. The book is informative, applies theory to practice and provides a current reflection of midwifery practice. I like the activities as they stimulate and get you to think. Good use of diagrams and pictures, very useful for NMC Competencies and Essential Skills Clusters. Would recommend this book.
This book is a good resource to a new student midwives learning from practice- mostly the case studies.
this text will be valuable reading around the professional practice and normal midwifery modules to help gain insight into various aspects
Good overall book on the various principles encountered in midwifery . Excellent for HCA or those with and interest in the subject . Very readable and easily navigated.
Excellent book for first year students - provides them with everything they need to know.