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    Midwifery Research Paper

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    developing interest in midwifery can somewhat be accredited to the fact they do one of the most important jobs in society. To bring a life into the world is truly remarkable which is why I find the work of a midwife to be one of the most admirable. I look forward to the aspect of being able to support, empower and care for women through varied stages of pregnancy. I believe that I work well under pressure and would thoroughly enjoy the challenges that midwifery can bring. I feel I possess the necessary skills and attributes that will allow me to relish the opportunities that a midwifery course brings. Midwifery is much more than assisting the birth, with most of the work focussed around the care of the mother and supporting the family. A…

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    I have been inspired to study midwifery ever since I shadowed my cousin, a midwife, at a hospital in Pakistan. After that visit, I started researching the role of a midwife and realised the midwife is the lead person in providing advice, care and support for women, and their families before, during and after childbirth. I knew this would be the most suitable career for me as I would enjoy helping expectant mothers bring new life into this world. To explore more about midwifery, I had a great…

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    desperation to find myself a new career, which would lead me to satisfaction with what I am doing for a living. However, soon I realised with a support of my family and friends, who know me and my abilities so well that a role of a midwife would be the most quintessential answer to all my needs. I based my decision not only on a fact that I have been always appreciated an interaction and helping others but also on my fascination with foetal development, physiology of birth and postnatal…

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    My keen interest in midwifery came from being inspired by a midwife from the Eden team. Her friendly and encouraging nature, brought real comfort to me when I wasn't feeling my best, that experience has got me to where I am today, it gave me the confidence to be able to pursue my career in midwifery and one day become an inspiring midwife and give other women a positive experience throughout their pregnancy, birth and postnatal period. I understand that the role of a midwife is to provide care…

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    A watershed signifies a noteworthy turning point. The events of the eighteenth century were key in shaping midwifery in many areas, and meant that this aspect of medical history was never the same again. Therefore for the reasons i am about to detail, the use of the word is appropriate and justified. Midwifery and childbirth were very different landscapes at the start of the early modern period. Childbirth was as a social thing, and until around the eighteenth century, women shared the…

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    “…teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ” (ESV). In other versions the word “mature” is changed to “perfect” (NIV). The reader may understand that if a Christian is to present himself to God, he must be perfect, or excellent. Christ looks for a bride who is perfect and spotless for Him. He is waiting for the excellent ones to rise up and cry out to Him. Christians everywhere endeavor to be excellent in the things they do and say for Christ and to be a…

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    The purpose of this essay is to reflect on and discuss midwifery continuity of care and my personal experience of participating in the Continuity of Care Experience. This essay will evaluate benefits and challenges of continuity of care and I will provide details of my personal experience. I will relate this to professional codes and standards for midwifery care in Australia and reflect on what I have learned that I will take with me into my future practice as a midwife working within a…

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    Continuity Of Care Model

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    Continuity of care in midwifery is a continuous relationship developed between the woman and her caregiver throughout the antepartum, intrapartum and following on to the postpartum period whereby a trusting and meaningful relationship can develop. This essay will discuss the benefits and disadvantages of two different models of midwifery care; caseload care, a midwifery-led care model in which the primary caregiver is a known midwife and shared care, a combination of midwifery-led and…

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    Midwife Pros And Cons

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    all is rather archaic and risky. Or is it? Other industrialized nations such as Great Britain recognize midwifery as a formal profession backed by science and formal training.…

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    To further my experience, I also obtained caring skills and real life experience by watching my grandmother taking care of my grandfather as he had a terminal illness distinctively different from the other old age patients. Also I experienced my auntie in a predicament of ectopic pregnancy of twins, one baby growing inside the fallopian tube and the other inside the womb. This experience played a pivotal role as it is relevant to Midwifery and also with the skills I learned of caring and…

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