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Author Anderson, Barbara A., DrPH, CNM, FACNM, FAAN
Title Best Practices in Midwifery, Second Edition : Using the Evidence to Implement Change
Imprint New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2016
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Edition 2nd ed
Descript 1 online resource (567 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- References -- Preface -- References -- Share Best Practices in Midwifery: Using the Evidence to Implement Change, Second Edition -- Section I: Advancing Midwifery Care -- Chapter 1: The Midwifery Workforce: Issues Globally and in the United States -- The Global Midwifery Workforce in Context -- The Midwifery Workforce: Definitions, Scope of Practice, and Global Concepts -- The Potential Impact of the Midwifery Workforce -- Best Policies and Practices in Expansion of the Midwifery Workforce -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: Advocating for Childbearing Women: Current Initiatives and Workforce Challenges -- Maternity Care Deficits in the United States -- Initiatives for Change -- The Workforce Shortage in U.S. Maternity Care -- Best Practices in Shaping Policy -- References -- Chapter 3: Evaluating and Using Scientific Evidence: Foundation for Implementing Change -- The Hierarchy of Evidence -- Databases for Evidence-Based Midwifery Practice -- Medline -- CINAHL -- Searching for the Evidence -- Conclusion -- References -- Section II: Midwifery Care: The Evidence for Optimal Outcomes -- Chapter 4: Facilitating Access to Midwifery-Led Prenatal and Postpartum Care -- Access to Health Services -- Measures of Access -- Barriers and Facilitators to Access -- Evidence-Based Strategies for Improving Access -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Nutrition and Epigenetics in Pregnancy -- Epigenetics and Pregnancy -- Nutrition in Pregnancy: The Evidence -- Best Practices: Nutrition Guidelines in Pregnancy -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: Evidence-Based Midwifery Care for Obese Childbearing Women -- The Risks of Obesity in Childbearing -- Obesity Prior to Pregnancy -- Antepartum Obesity -- Labor, Birth, and Obesity -- Obesity in the Postpartum -- References
Chapter 7: Weight Management Counseling With Overweight and Obese Pregnant Women -- Overweight and Obesity in Pregnancy -- Behaviors Associated with Weight Maintenance -- Changing the Conversation -- Best Practices for Midwives in Weight Management Counseling -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: Maternal Concerns and Knowledge About Vaccination During Pregnancy: Counseling Childbearing Women -- The Vaccination Controversy -- The History and Uptake of Vaccinations -- Best Practices in Promoting Vaccination Uptake -- References -- Chapter 9: Women in Migration: Best Practices in Midwifery -- Women in Migration -- Best Practices -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Birth Outcomes: The Challenge to Midwifery -- Weathering and Allostatic Load -- Mistrust and Distrust of the Health Care System -- Midwifery Response to Weathering: Best Practices -- References -- Chapter 11: Circles of Change: CenteringPregnancy¬ģ, Health Disparities, and Vulnerable Women -- Vulnerable Populations and Perinatal Outcomes -- The CP Model -- Best Practices -- References -- Chapter 12: Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Maximizing Midwifery Care -- Postpartum Mood Disorders -- Best Practices for Maximizing Midwifery Care with Postpartum Depression -- Postpartum Anxiety Disorders -- Best Practices: Midwifery Care After Traumatic Childbirth -- References -- Chapter 13: Mind-Body Practices: Integration in the Midwifery Model of Care -- The Mind in Health and Illness -- Stress and Relaxation -- Stress in Childbearing: The Evidence -- Mind-Body Practices -- Effectiveness of Mindfulness Practices: The Evidence -- Best Practices for Midwives: Using Mind-Body Modalities -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 14: The Freestanding Birth Center: Evidence for Change in the Delivery of Health Care to Childbearing Families -- Background
Birth Centers as a Solution -- The Evidence on Birth Center Care -- The AABC PDR -- Best Practices: Scaling Up Birth Center Care in the United States -- References -- Chapter 15: Creating a Birth Center: Entrepreneurial Midwifery -- Creating a Birth Center: The Background -- Determining the Need -- Planning for Implementation -- Monitoring for Quality -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 16: Home as the Place of Birth: The Evidence for Safety -- Home Birth in the United States -- Home Birth in High-Resource Countries -- Why are Outcomes of Home Births Worse in the United States than in Other High-Resource Countries? -- Best Practices for Midwives Attending Home Births -- References -- Section III: The Intrapartal Period: Using the Evidence -- Chapter 17: Therapeutic Presence and Continuous Labor Support: Hallmarks of Midwifery -- Woman-Centered Childbirth -- Therapeutic Presence and Continuous Labor Support: Evidence for Best Practice -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 18: Untethering in Labor: Using the Evidence for Best Practice -- Life Satisfaction with Childbirth Experience -- Evidence and Best Practices for Untethering in Labor -- Best Practices to Foster Physiologic Birth -- References -- Chapter 19: Vaginal Birth After Cesarean: Emotion and Reason -- The Dilemma of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean -- The Evidence on Outcomes of VBAC and ERCD -- Best Practices -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 20: The Limits of Choice: Elective Induction and Cesarean Delivery on Maternal Request -- Controversial Issues and Choice -- Elective Induction of Labor -- Cesarean Delivery on Maternal Request -- The Public Health Impact of EIOL and CDMR -- Evidence-Based Best Practices -- References -- Chapter 21: Evidence-Based Management of Prelabor Rupture of the Membranes at Term
Premature Rupture of Membranes at Term: Risk for Maternal and Infant Infection -- Best Practices -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 22: The Midwife as Catalyst: Promoting Institutional Change With Intrapartum Immersion Hydrotherapy -- Physiologic Childbirth and Intrapartum Hydrotherapy -- Intrapartum Immersion Hydrotherapy: The Evidence -- Best Practices for Midwives -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 23: Nitrous Oxide's Place in Labor and Birth -- History and Present Use -- The Need for Access to N2O Analgesia During Childbirth -- Efficacy and Satisfaction -- Safety and Risks -- Best Practices in the Use of N2O -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 24: Management of the Third Stage of Labor: Implementing Best Practices -- Length of the Third Stage of Labor: The Evidence -- AMTSL: The Evidence -- Physiologic Management of the Third Stage: The Evidence -- Blood Loss Measurement: The Evidence -- Best Practices: Translating the Evidence -- References -- Section IV: Collaborative Practice: The Evidence for Best Practices -- Chapter 25: The Role of Midwifery in Mobilizing Communities to Improve Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes -- Global Maternal and Neonatal Health -- The Evidence for Community Mobilization -- Best Practices for Midwifery -- References -- Chapter 26: The Evidence for Interprofessional Education in Midwifery -- Interprofessional Education -- Interprofessional Collaborative Practice -- IPE: The Evidence -- Best Practices for Midwives in IPC -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 27: Creating a Collaborative Working Environment -- The Challenges of the Health Care Environment -- Advantages of Collaborative Practice -- Principles of Collaboration -- Team Leadership -- Scope of Practice -- Effective Communication -- Use of Information Technology -- Role of Interprofessional Education
Challenges and Best Practices in Collaborative Care -- Liability Concerns -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 28: Conclusion: Policy and Advocacy-Fostering Best Practices in a Dynamic Health Care Environment -- Final Thoughts -- References -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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Alt Author Rooks, Judith P., MPH, CNM, FACNM
Barroso, Rebeca, DNP, CNM
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