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Thinking outside the fence: meaningful midwifery education. “Working together to improve pregnancy and birth experiences for women and provide extraordinary learning opportunities for midwifery students”

journal contribution
posted on 05.03.2019, 00:00 by Tanya Capper, Adele Baldwin, Lucy Rogers, Elspeth Wood
Introduction: Pregnant women who are incarcerated generally remain within correctional centres for the duration of their pregnancy and the postnatal period leaving the facility only to attend antenatal appointments and to birth. Subsequently many incarcerated women feel isolated and lack support during pregnancy and birth.

History

Volume

31

Issue

S1

Start Page

S22

End Page

S22

Number of Pages

1

eISSN

1878-1799

ISSN

1871-5192

Publisher

Elsevier

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

Era Eligible

No

Journal

Women and Birth

Exports

CQUniversity

Categories

Exports