Simple visual tool helps safeguard mothers after caesarean section
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Simple visual tool helps safeguard mothers after caesarean section

Elaine Cole @prideinnursing RCNi special projects editor

Five Guide – developed by Queen’s Nurse Janine McKnight-Cowan – uses the hand as a guide to enhance recovery and safeguard women from infection after a caesarean

A simple tool developed by a Queen’s Nurse to help health visitors explain to new mothers who have had a caesarean section why it’s important to take things easy won the Community and General Practice Nursing category of the 2019 RCNi Nurse Awards at a ceremony in London last month.

Primary Health Care. 29, 4, 12-14. doi: 10.7748/phc.29.4.12.s13

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