By Sarah Robinson, Ann M. Thomson

A part of a sequence, quantity four includes additional midwifery examine for the sequence. This quantity contains papers at the choice and schooling of midwives, and may be of curiosity to pupil and certified midwives and obstetricians.

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1. Employment details for participants in both parts of the study showed that they included a wide range in relation to grade of staff, length of time in practice, and fulland part-time working (Askham and Barbour, 1987a). Analysis of data and presentation of findings The questionnaire data provided frequencies for events and decisions experienced by midwives within each of the clinical settings and for the sample of midwives as a whole. Some of the observation and interview data were immediately capable of quantitative analysis; in other cases quantification was only possible after careful scrutiny of fieldnotes and interview transcriptions, which allowed for categorization of situations, events or actions.

Midwives' Institute (1914b) Council Minutes 16/2/1914. Royal College of Midwives, London. Midwives' Institute (1914c) Minutes of the Committee of Representatives. Royal College of Midwives, London. Midwives' Institute (1915) Council Minutes 11/6/1915. Royal College of Midwives, London. Midwives' Institute (1916) Council Minutes 1/2/1916. Royal College of Midwives, London. Midwives' Institute (1928) Minutes of Advisory Board 15/5/28 and Minutes of Parliamentary Subcommittee 1/6/28. Royal College of Midwives, London.

Bristol Midwives' Association (1913) Minutes of Meeting 811211913. Caine, B. (1992) Victorian Feminists. Oxford University Press, Oxford. M. (1923) The Training of Midwives. Ministry of Health Reports on Public Health and Medical Subjects 21. HMSO, London. M. (1924) Maternal Mortality. Ministry of Health Reports on Public Health and Medical Subjects 25. HMSO, London. M. (1927) The Protection of Motherhood. Ministry of Health Reports on Public Health and Medical Subjects 48. HMSO, London. Carpenter, M.

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