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Title Birth and parenting skills : new directions in antenatal education
Published Edinburgh : Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  649.1 Nol/Bap  AVAILABLE
Description 144 pages
Contents Ch. 1. Childbirth and parenting education : what the research says and why we may ignore it / Mary Nolan -- Ch. 2. Context and purpose : learning styles and principles of adult education / Willie Henderson -- Ch. 3. Why education for birth is important / Alexandra Smith -- Ch. 4. Birth and parenting education for men / Adrienne Burgess and Tom Beardshaw -- Ch. 5. Are midwives empowered enough to offer empowering education? / Sara Wickham and Lorna Davies -- Ch. 6. Innovative practice in birth education : Birmingham women's hospital birth ideas workshop 000 / Julie Foster -- Ch. 7. Best practice in antenatal education -- Improving services for women of South Asian heritage / Sheena Byrom and Clare Harding -- Parent education classes for South Asian women : SAMPAD / Mary L. Nolan and Julie Foster -- The Albany practice, South East London : antenatal and postnatal groups / Mary L. Nolan and Julie Foster -- The Bellevue project : local classes for local women / Mary L. Nolan and Julie Foster -- 4U teenage pregnancy group / Mary L. Nolan and Julie Foster -- Blackburn teenage mothers' group / Clare Harding -- The Cafe Class (National Childbirth Trust) / Alexandra Smith -- Ch. 8. Education for birth and parenting : where next? / Mary Nolan
Summary "Education for birth and parenting is increasingly being downgraded or abandoned by many hospitals and Health Care Trusts. Why is it that pregnancy as a teachable moment is being ignored or overlooked and a rare, perhaps unique, opportunity to engage adults in evaluating their lifestyles and reflecting on their life choices is being lost?" "In their new book, Birth and Parenting Skills: New Directions in Antenatal Education, Mary Nolan and Julie Foster try to answer some of these questions. Joined by a wide range of contributors from education and health care, this groundbreaking new text describes innovative and effective practices from different parts of the country, demonstrating the potential for antenatal education to make a positive impact on women's and men's experiences of birth and early parenting."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Child rearing -- Study and teaching.
Childbirth -- Study and teaching.
Parenting -- Study and teaching.
Antenatal -- Education
Childbirth.
Pregnancy.
Parenting.
Child rearing.
Patient education.
Parenting.
Natural Childbirth.
Patient Education as Topic.
Prenatal Care.
Parturition.
Parenting.
Patient Education as Topic.
Parturition.
Parenting.
Author Foster, Julie, RGN.
Nolan, Mary L
LC no. 2004056004
ISBN 0443074747