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|Title:||Knowing your midwife during labour|
|Citation:||British Journal of Midwifery, 1999; 7(8):504-510|
|Publisher:||Mark Allen Group|
|Noreen Shields, Ann Holmes, Helen Cheyne, Mary McGinley, Denise Young, W. Harper Gilmour, Deborah Turnbull and Margaret Reid|
|Abstract:||The paucity of research examining effects of a known carer during labour has been highlighted by a number of authors. This paper compares clinical and psycho-social outcomes of women cared for by a known midwife during labour with those cared for by an unknown associate midwife. Economic implications are also discussed.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Public Health publications|
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