Neurodivergence awareness in midwifery education

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Edwards, E. Neurodivergence awareness in midwifery education. Royal College of Midwives Student Midwives Conference 2023. Doncaster, UK 21 - 21 Nov 2023
TypeConference paper
TitleNeurodivergence awareness in midwifery education
AuthorsEdwards, E.
Abstract

1 in 7 people are neurodivergent, with higher levels of neurodivergent people reported in healthcare. Neurodivergent midwifery students report differences between the support they receive in university and the support they receive in practice. They can struggle to see their reasonable adjustments accepted in practice areas.

Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
Middlesex University ThemeHealth & Wellbeing
LanguageEnglish
ConferenceRoyal College of Midwives Student Midwives Conference 2023
Publication process dates
Accepted25 Apr 2023
Deposited11 Oct 2023
Output statusAccepted
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