Sustainable birth: case-loading

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Killingley, J. 2016. Sustainable birth: case-loading. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest. 26 (4), pp. 452-453.
TypeArticle
TitleSustainable birth: case-loading
AuthorsKillingley, J.
Abstract

The Better Births national maternity review (NHS England 2016) has been gratefully received as a chance to improve maternity services to support women-centred care for better birth experiences. As Baroness Cumberlege stated (NHS England 2016) the commitment, determination and passion from health professionals to improve outcomes for women, babies and their families have been crystal clear. Therefore this is a perfect opportunity to engage and encourage caseloading in maternity units as a sustainable and viable model of care which supports women and promotes midwives’ satisfaction.

PublisherMidwives Information and Resource Service
JournalMIDIRS Midwifery Digest
ISSN0961-5555
Electronic2631-8814
Publication dates
Print01 Dec 2016
Publication process dates
Deposited12 Dec 2016
Accepted10 Jun 2016
Output statusPublished
Accepted author manuscript
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Reproduced here with permission of MIDIRS.

LanguageEnglish
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