We care for everyone, who cares for us? A reflection into helping ourselves

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Killingley, J. 2018. We care for everyone, who cares for us? A reflection into helping ourselves.
TypeMagazine
TitleWe care for everyone, who cares for us? A reflection into helping ourselves
AuthorsKillingley, J.
Abstract

Midwifery is a wonderful rewarding and respected career, but like most health care jobs, it has a challenging side.
This is an exploration of the darker side of midwifery and how individuals may support each other and themselves.

Publication or CollectionMidwives
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Deposited19 Nov 2018
Accepted18 Jul 2018
Output statusPublished
LanguageEnglish
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