Oxford Handbook of Midwifery (Third edition)
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Oxford Handbook of Midwifery (Third edition)

Valerie McGurk Practice development nurse, Paediatrics, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust

Updated for the third time, this revised edition covers new developments in addition to best practice in midwifery from conception and antenatal support through to labour and postnatal care. The journey for the mother and baby from conception to birth and after is portrayed in an easy to read and user-friendly style.

Nursing Standard. 32, 7, 32-32. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.7.32.s40

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