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C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ONCEPTS ASSOCIATED WITH PROFESSIONAL VALUES IN MIDWIFERY COMPASSION Olivia goes into labour ward by herself. She is 16 years old, and this is her first baby. She says she is in a lot of pain and really does not understand what is going on. 1. You are the midwife who takes over her care, how you are going to show COMPASSION to her. 2. Using the “Avant and Walker’s 8 Steps of Concept Analysis (2014)” Tool, can you start from step 3 and see how many steps you can go through today? 3. Please note your model case will be “Olivia” in this exercise. Can you think of a contrary case from clinical area Key reading Byerley BM and Haas DM (2017). A systematic overview of the literature regarding group prenatal care for high-risk pregnant women. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 17(1): 329. Carter EB, Temming LA, Akin J, Fowler S, Macones GA, Colditz GA & Tuuli MG (2016). Group prenatal care compared with traditional prenatal care: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 128(3): 551-561. Catling CJ, Medley N, Foureur M, Ryan C, Leap N, Teate A & Homer CS (2015). Group versus conventional antenatal care for women. The Cochrane Library. NHS England (2016). Better Births: Improving outcomes of maternity services in England. A Five Year Forward View for Maternity Care. Available: NHS (2019) The NHS Long Term Plan. Available: Sandall et al (2016) Midwife-led continuity models of care compared with other models of care for women during pregnancy, birth and early parenting. Cochrane database of systematic reviews DOI: Further reading Heberlein EC, Picklesimer AH, Billings DL, Covington-Kolb S, Farber N & Frongillo EA (2016). The comparative effects of group prenatal care on psychosocial outcomes. Archives of women’s mental health, 19(2): 259-269 Holland S & Wiseman O (20‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍18) Is caseloading sustainable? Lessons from the front line at King’s College Hospital. The Practising Midwife October 2018 Hunter L, Da Motta G, McCourt C, Wiseman O, Rayment J, Haora P, Wiggins M & Harden A (2018) Better together: A qualitative exploration of women’s perceptions and experiences of group antenatal care. Women and Birth DOI: Hunter L, Da Motta G, McCourt C, Wiseman O, Rayment J, Haora P, Wiggins M and Harden A (2018). ‘It makes sense and it works’: maternity care providers’ perspectives on the feasibility of group antenatal care (Pregnancy Circles). Midwifery DOI: Available NHS (2017) Implementing Better Births: Continuity of Carer. Available Patil CL, Klima CS, Leshabari SC, Steffen AD, Pauls H, McGown M & Norr KF (2017). Randomized controlled pilot of a group antenatal care model and the sociodemographic factors associated with pregnancy-related empowerment in sub-Saharan Africa. BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 17(2): 336 Rayment-Jones H, Murrells T & Sandall J (2015) An investigation of the relationship between the caseload model of midwifery for socially disadvantaged women and childbirth outcomes using routine data – A retrospective observational study. Midwifery. Available: ? Shakespear K, Waite PJ & Gast J (2010). A comparison of health behaviors of women in centering pregnancy and traditional prenatal care. Maternal and child health journal, 14(2): 202-208 Teate A, Leap N & Homer CS (2013). Midwives’ experiences of becoming CenteringPregnancy facilitators: A pilot study in Sydney, Australia. Women and Birth, 26(1): e31-e36 Wiseman O & Holland S (2018) Is caseloading sustainable (1)? The 25-year history of caseloading at King’s College Hospital. The Practising Midwife 21(8): 20-25 Last modified: Thursday, 20 August 2020‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍, 5:22 PM Jump to…

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