Nursing and Midwifery - Journal Articles

Nursing and Midwifery - Journal Articles

 

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  • Murphy, Margaret (Medical Education Solutions Ltd, 2012-01)
    Teachers can have a profound effect on us all, both good and bad. In this paper the effect two individual midwives had on my evolution as a midwife will be examined. They were very different: one was formal and the other ...
  • Murphy, Margaret (Medical Education Solutions Ltd, 2013-10)
    With a rise in caesarean births there is a rise in wound care management issues for midwives and the potential for surgical site infections (SSIs). The burden of SSIs include increases in maternal mortality, morbidity, ...
  • McCarthy, Vera J. C.; Power, S.; Greiner, Birgit A. (Oxford University Press, 2010-10-01)
    Background: This study examines perceived stress and its potential causal factors in nurses. Stress has been seen as a routine and accepted part of the healthcare worker’s role. The lack of research on stress in nurses in ...
  • McCarthy, Vera J. C.; Perry, Ivan J.; Greiner, Birgit A. (Oxford University Press, 2012-08-27)
    Background: Workplace demographics are changing in many European countries with a higher proportion of older workers in employment. Research has shown that there is an association between job strain and cardiovascular ...
  • McCarthy, Vera J. C.; Perry, Ivan J.; Greiner, Birgit A. (Springer International Publishing AG, 2012-04-24)
    There is a heightened need for the practitioner to be alert to the determinants of functional limitations and disabilities owing to the ageing workforce. This study investigated the association between work type and ...

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