Ethics and Midwifery : Issues in Contemporary Practice (2ND)


Ethics and Midwifery : Issues in Contemporary Practice (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 312 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780750653503
  • DDC分類 618

Full Description

Midwives increasingly have faced challenging ethical issues that have clinical and legal implications, they have not always been adequately prepared to deal with them. This book adopts a multi-disciplinary approach to guide the student and practitioner through dilemmas that commonly occur in clinical practice and to highlight the changing face of the midwifery profession.Provides a multi-disciplinary approach to guide midwives through dilemmas which occur in clinical practiceAnexcellent team of contributors from the field of midwifery and ethics make this an essential purchase for every midwifery student and practitioner

Table of Contents

List of contributors                               vii
Introduction 1 (16)
PART 1 Everyday issues 17 (108)
1. Ethics and consent in midwifery 19 (21)
Heather Draper
2. Legal and ethical issues in midwifery 40 (13)
Jean McHale
3. Failure to deliver: ethical issues 53 (21)
relating to epidural analgesia in
uncomplicated labour
Rosemary Mander
4. Routine antenatal HIV testing and its 74 (17)
implications for informed consent
Rebecca Bennett
5. Risk and normality in the maternity 91 (19)
Soo Downe
6. Midwives and sexuality: earth mother or 110(15)
coy maiden
Catherine Williams
PART 2 Technological issues 125(94)
7. Ethical issues in neonatal intensive care 127(16)
Pam Miller
8. Screening and the prefect baby 143(18)
Janet Holt
9. Ethics of fetal tissue transplantation 161(24)
and research on embryos
David Lamb
10. Reproductive technologies and midwives 185(19)
Lucy Frith
11. Midwifery and homeopathy 204(15)
Martien Brands
PART 3 Professional issues 219(76)
12. Midwifery autonomy and the code of 221(16)
professional conduct: an unethical
Rachel Clarke
13. Retention and autonomy in midwifery 237(14)
Alison Ledward
14. Midwifery research: some ethical 251(29)
Carolyn Hicks
15. Researching sensitive issues: a personal 280(15)
Hazel McHaffie
Index 295