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Appendices 1-5: The Midwife and the Bereaved Family




  • Provides suggestions on how midwives can cope with grief and look after their well-being
  • Insight into male behaviour when dealing with grief and how a midwife can help a man to help his partner and himself
  • A guide to explaining the death to children and how midwives can help bereaved parents to help their children
  • Steps midwifes can take to help grandparents to help their children while also dealing with their own grief
  • Lists and outlines some religious beliefs and likely practices associated with them so midwives are aware of what to expect and how to best support the parents
These appendices outline numerous topics in which the midwife can offer further support not only to family members but also to themselves. It clarifies information about different cultures and religions and offers guidelines and steps to take to offer the best possible care.

Contents include

  • Appendix 1 Looking After Yourself
    • Burnout
    • References
    • Interesting Research Articles
    • Recommended Reading
  • Appendix 2 Men
    • Male Behaviour
    • References
    • Interesting Research Articles
    • Recommended Reading
  • Appendix 3 Children And Grief
    • Introduction
    • A Child's Grief
    • Explaining The Death
    • Saying Goodbye
    • Genetic Termination
    • Interesting Research Articles
    • Recommended Reading For Children
    • Recommended Reading For Adults
  • Appendix 4 Grandparents
    • Recommended Reading
  • Appendix 5 Cultural/Religious Considerations
    • At Or Around Death
    • Australian Aborigines
    • Vietnamese
    • Baha'i
    • Buddhist
    • Church Of Jesus Christ Of The Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
    • Eastern Orthodox
    • Greek Orthodox
    • Hindu
    • Judaism
    • Islam
    • Protestant
    • Roman Catholic
    • Russian Orthodox
    • Seventh Day Adventist
    • References
    • Recommended Reading
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Author / Editor Biographies

Midwife - academic - still birth
Dr Jane Warland is an associate professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of South Australia (UniSA). She is the proud mother of five children (including Emma who was stillborn at term in 1993). She is the loving Nan to two grandchildren. She worked as a midwife from 1988-2007, gaining her PhD from the University of Adelaide in 2007 and has been an academic staff member in the School of Nursing and Midwifery since early 2008. She teaches undergraduate midwifery students a range of topics, including perinatal mental health, grief and loss, research methods, and complica...

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