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Chapter One : Role of the Midwife - PREP - Supervision of Midwifery - Reflection on practice Chapter Two: Developing and Enhancing Clinical Midwifery Skills - Phlebotomy - Intravenous drugs - Suturing - Care of epidurals, epidural top ups - Neonatal examination - CTG interpretation Moving and handling in midwifery practice - Perineal care - Care of woman following a lower segment caesarean section - Interprofessional Working Chapter Three: Dealing with Challenging Situations - Death (Stillbirth) - Child Protection - Disability - Supporting women from a range of ethnic groups Chapter Four: Dealing with the Unexpected - Postpartum haemorrhage - Cord prolapsed - Shoulder dystocia - Neonatal resuscitation Chapter Five: Promoting Normality in Midwifery - One to one midwifery - The Birth plan - Positions in labour - Support on labour - Role of partner - Creating the right environment - Breast feeding

Chapter One : Role of the Midwife - PREP - Supervision of Midwifery - Reflection on practice Chapter Two: Developing and Enhancing Clinical Midwifery Skills - Phlebotomy - Intravenous drugs - Suturing - Care of epidurals, epidural top ups - Neonatal examination - CTG interpretation Moving and handling in midwifery practice - Perineal care - Care of woman following a lower segment caesarean section - Interprofessional Working Chapter Three: Dealing with Challenging Situations - Death (Stillbirth) - Child Protection - Disability - Supporting women from a range of ethnic groups Chapter Four: Dealing with the Unexpected - Postpartum haemorrhage - Cord prolapsed - Shoulder dystocia - Neonatal resuscitation Chapter Five: Promoting Normality in Midwifery - One to one midwifery - The Birth plan - Positions in labour - Support on labour - Role of partner - Creating the right environment - Breast feeding

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'I found the book extremely informative and believe it would be suitable to use from the beginning of training through to qualification and beyond.' - Gill Gosling. 'This is a book that can be referred to by the student midwife and qualified midwife. It is ideal to keep in a bag to refer to if needed during a quiet-moment in clinical practice. I wish it had been around for me!' - Samantha Faulkner, Midwifery Lecturer, Birmingham City University.

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