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Subsequent Pregnancy

  • Defines 'Tentative Pregnancy'
  • Examines numerous obstetric outcomes
  • Explains the midwife's role in subsequent pregnancy
  • Includes an antenatal visit checklist
This chapter focuses on what to expect in a tentative pregnancy and the role a midwife plays in a subsequent pregnancy. It guides them through all stages from antenatal care to the postpartum stages and explains all possible reactions form parents in all stages and how to deal with them.

Contents include

  • A Tentative Pregnancy
  • Obstetric Outcome
  • The Midwife's Role In Subsequent Pregnancy
  • References
  • Interesting Research Articles
  • 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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