By Barbara A. Anderson DrPH CNM FACNM FAAN, Susan Stone DNSc CNM FACNM FAAN
This article offers a roadmap for nurse-midwives who attempt to enforce swap via evidence-based perform through featuring the most up-tp-date evidence-based study at the care of childbearing ladies. it's the in basic terms publication approximately evidence-based perform for nurse-midwives that encompasses the main debatable components of perform. The textual content contains the principles of midwifery and the midwifery version of care all through. It discusses using digital databases in reading facts and settling on most sensible practices, and considers how the present team surroundings impacts the perform of nurse-midwifery. Case stories improve the exam of proof and the id of top practices.
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