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Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care is a multidisciplinary, refereed journal devoted to issues and practices in the care of childbearing women, infants, and families. It is written by and for professionals in maternal and neonatal health, nurses, midwives, physicians, public health workers, doulas, social scientists, childbirth educators, lactation counselors, epidemiologists, and other health caregivers and policymakers in perinatal care. The Journal addresses all the issues surrounding childbirth - from sophisticated advances in medicine and technology to the parents' physical and emotional needs. In addition, the Journal focuses on care and education to provide a timely and lively forum for well-designed research, clinical reports, reviews, and commentary on the most important and topical issues.
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Breastfeeding Review is the peer reviewed professional journal of the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) and is distributed three times per year, in March, July and November. Breastfeeding Review publishes articles and information on human lactation and its management, including original research papers, scientific findings, case studies, articles on social and ethical aspects of lactation, reviews and letters. The submission of papers and articles is welcomed; all are subject to peer review. An essential addition to all medical, research and health centre libraries the journal contains specialised information to keep medical, nursing and allied health professionals up to date with current developments and findings in research on lactation.
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Maternal Health, Neonatology and Perinatology welcomes Research and Review articles related to the health and diseases of mothers of reproductive age groups, and those related to neonatal and perinatal topics. Subjects include (but are not limited to) the epidemiology, clinical, prevention and treatment aspects of pregnancy-related conditions during preconception, prenatal, and postpartum periods; placental development and complications; fetal development; and topics related to labor and delivery.
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MCN, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, the only journal for both pediatric and perinatal nurses, has been a leader in the field for over 30 years.MCN's mission is to provide the timeliest information to nurses practicing in perinatal, neonatal, midwifery, and pediatric specialties. MCN focuses on today's major issues and high priority problems in maternal/child nursing, women's health, and family nursing with extensive coverage of advanced practice healthcare issues relating to infants and young children. Each issue features peer-reviewed, clinically relevant articles. Coverage includes updates on disease and related care; ideas on health promotion; insights into patient and family behavior; discoveries in physiology and pathophysiology; clinical investigations; and research manuscripts that assist nurses toward evidence-based practices.
MIDIRS Midwifery Digest is a quarterly publication consisting of 144 pages of news, reviews, original articles and reprints of the best midwifery information from selected journals, websites, books, pamphlets, government reports, conference proceedings and other sources are regularly scanned and selected for inclusion in the Digest. The articles, which include a full list of references, will help you to broaden your knowledge and skills. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest is here to allow all midwives, student midwives, Maternity Support Workers (MSWs) or any health professional caring for women, babies and their families during pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period, worldwide, to share their knowledge and experiences to improve practice and outcomes.
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Midwifery provides an international, interdisciplinary forum for the publication, dissemination and discussion of advances in evidence, controversies and current research, and promotes continuing education through publication of systematic and other scholarly reviews and updates. Midwifery articles cover the cultural, clinical, psycho-social, sociological, epidemiological, education, managerial, workforce, organizational and technological areas of practice in preconception, maternal and infant care, maternity services and other health systems.
This review is a unique Australian publication providing topical, relevant and accessible information for health professionals with an interest in midwifery. In essence, the review is a summary of what we consider to be some of the most significant new studies in this area. Research Review publications are free to receive for all Australian health professionals.
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Women and Birth is the official journal of the Australian College of Midwives. It is a midwifery journal that publishes on all matters relating to pregnancy, birth, and the first six weeks post-partum. We focus on primary research papers, systematic reviews and research-informed and critiqued discussion papers. Our woman-centred focus is inclusive of the partner, wider family, fetus and newborn, and covers both healthy and complex pregnancies and births. While we are based in Australia, our Editorial Board is multi-national and we welcome papers from all over the world. All papers should reflect our global perspective and reach. Articles are double blind peer-reviewed by experts in the field of the submitted work.