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2235

2007

Christiaens W, Bracke P.

Assessment of social psychological determinants of satisfaction with childbirth in a cross-national perspective. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2007 Oct 26;7:26.
place of birth ; midwifery training

BACKGROUND: The fulfilment of expectations, labour pain, personal control [...]

??????

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17963491?

1966
PDF

2006

Sandra Mignot

La fin de l’épisiotomie ? Profession Sage-Femme, 23, mars 2006, p. 4-7.
perineal/vaginal tears ; deontology ; law ; dyspareunia ; episiotomy ; ethics ; midwifery training ; incontinence/prolapsus ; incontinence/prolapsus ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; risk of litigation

Lors des journées du CNGOF de décembre 2005, des recommandations sur [...]

Cet article se trouve en HTML (avec liens hypertexte) sur le site du CIANE :
http://ciane. [...]

easy

http://www.professio [...]

1308

l'ocytocine de plus en plus utilisée en Inde rurale lors des AADs.

2005

Sharan M, Strobino D, Ahmed S.

Intrapartum oxytocin use for labor acceleration in rural India. {Inde}. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 2005;90(3):251-257.
homebirth ; midwifery training ; active management of labor ; history, sociology ; oxytocin ; duration of labour ; place of birth

OBJECTIVE: To examine factors associated with the use of oxytocin for acceleration [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2030

Comparaison des données avant et après la formation du personnel à la physiologie de l'accouchement : après le formation, diminution significative des rythmes cardiaques fœtaux pathologiques, amélioration du statut périnéal à l’accouchement (moins d’épisiotomies, moins de déchirures), sans variation significative de l’adaptation cardio-respiratoire néonatale. Amélioration significative du confort de la parturiente pendant le travail.

2005

S. Brément, C. Giard, C. Racinet

Impact d’une formation à l’accouchement physiologique sur les résultats maternels et périnatals; Enquête de type avant/après dans une maternité de niveau 2A; La revue Sage-femme Vol 4 - N° 3 - Juin 2005 p. 115 - 123 © Masson , Paris, 2005
episiotomy ; midwifery training ; position during labor

Impact of training in physiological delivery on maternal land perinatal [...]

easy

http://masson.fr/mas [...]

316

2004

Patricia Aikins Murphy

Editorial. Midwifery: A philosophy not a function. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 2004;49(1):1.
midwifery training ; history, sociology

easy

http://www.mosby.com/scripts/om.dll/serve?article=as1526952303004872

317

2004

Kennedy HP, Shannon MT, Chuahorm U, Kathryn Kravetz M.

The landscape of caring for women: A narrative study of midwifery practice. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 2004;49(1):14
midwifery training ; attendance

Our purpose was to expand knowledge on the process and outcomes of midwifery [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

474

Editorial de 2004 dans BMJ. Concerne la santé en général, sur l’exemple du dépistage du cancer colorectal. L’auteur affirme que de ne pas permettre au patient de choisir est une forme de maltraitance (“denying patient choice is a form of abuse“). Le contre argument comme quoi l’information des patients est “trop difficile, coûteuse et prend du temps“ n’est ni fondé sur des preuves, ni recevable politiquement

2004

Smith R.

Editor’s choice. Abusing patients by denying them choice. The British Medical Journal, 328 (14 February)
deontology ; ethics ; midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery

[Editorial. Full text] A useful tip for smart arse medical students. If [...]

easy

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

606

2004

Jesse DE, Blue C.

Mary Breckinridge meets healthy people 2010: A teaching strategy for visioning and building healthy communities. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 2004;49(2):126
midwifery training

In both midwifery and nursing education, it is essential to include innovative [...]

hard

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

633

2004

Cheong YC, Abdullahi H, Lashen H, Fairlie FM.

Can formal education and training improve the outcome of instrumental delivery? European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 2004;113(2):139-144.
perineal/vaginal tears ; instrumental delivery ; midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; morbidity ; maternal age

OBJECTIVE(s): The primary objective was to examine the effect of formal [...]

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

680

2004

Freeman LM, Timperley H, Adair V.

Partnership in midwifery care in New Zealand. Midwifery 2004;20(1):2-14.
attendance ; deontology ; midwifery training ; ethics

Objective:

to examine whether equal power is essential to the [...]

Texte en accès libre.

easy

http://www.sciencedi [...]

683

2004

Sibley L, Sipe TA.

What can a meta-analysis tell us about traditional birth attendant training and pregnancy outcomes? Midwifery 2004;20(1):51-60.
midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; perinatal death rates

Objective:

to summarise the available published and unpublished [...]

Texte en accès libre.

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

684

2004

Mead M, Kornbrot D.

The influence of maternity units' intrapartum intervention rates and midwives' risk perception for women suitable for midwifery-led care. Midwifery 2004;20(1):61-71.
midwifery training ; history, sociology ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; psychology

Objective:

to test the hypothesis that midwives working in higher [...]

Texte en accès libre.

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

685

2004

Parsons M,

A midwifery practice dichotomy on oral intake in labour. Midwifery 2004;20(1):72-81.
midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery

Objective:

to assess the views and practices of midwives regarding [...]

Texte en accès libre.

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

1118

2004

Lewis L, Rowe J.

Focus on the beat: current fetal monitoring practice in low risk labour. Aust J Midwifery. 2004 Nov;17(4):6-10.
attendance ; midwifery training ; monitoring

Assessing fetal heart and thus fetal wellbeing during labour and childbirth [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

1121
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Cette étude néerlandaise montre que les conseils des sages-femmes sont le facteur principal pour le choix de la position des femmes pendant leur accouchement ; que les femmes connaissent surtout la position en décubitus dorsal ; mais qu'elles apprécient et utilisent les informations sur d'autres positions, qui devraient donc leur être apportées au cours de la grossesse et de l'accouchement.

2004

De Jonge A, Lagro-Janssen AL.

Birthing positions. A qualitative study into the views of women about various birthing positions.
J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol. 2004 Mar;25(1):47-55.

attendance ; midwifery training ; physiology ; position during labor ; psychology

The aim of this study was to gain insight into the influences on women’s [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2004

2004

'FIA' SANDIN BOJÖ Ann-Kristin ; HALL-LORD Marie-Louise ; AXELSSON Ove ; UDEN Giggi ; LARSSON Bodil Wilde

Midwifery care: development of an instrument to measure quality based on the World Health Organization's classification of care in normal birth. Journal of clinical nursing (J. clin. nurs.). 2004, vol. 13, no1, pp. 75-83 ISSN 0962-1067

attendance ; survey ; midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; physiology

The aim of the study was to develop an instrument to measure midwifery [...]

« Beaucoup de technique superflue pendant les accouchements »

Émission publique [...]

easy

http://cat.inist.fr/ [...]

2031

Trois groupes de parturientes, le premier comprenant des femmes gardant la même position pendant le travail (décubitus dorsal et/ou latéral), le deuxième composé de parturientes alternant les positions sur la table d’accouchement, et le troisième alternant les positions et utilisant le ballon et/ou la baignoire.
Résultats : Le premier intérêt obstétrical du changement de positions pendant le travail est l’amélioration du confort des parturientes. Puis c’est la diminution du temps de travail, avec une meilleure dynamique utérine et une meilleure dilatation cervicale.

2004

C. Paufichet

Intérêt obstétrical du changement de positions au cours du travail; La revue Sage-femme Vol 3 - N° 5 - Novembre 2004 p. 197 - 203 © Masson, Paris, 2004
midwifery training ; position during labor

Usefulness of changing the obstetrical position during labor.
Objectives. [...]

easy

http://masson.fr/mas [...]

2247

2004

Eyal Sheiner , Reli Hershkovitz, Ilana Shoham-Vardi, Offer Erez, Amnon Hadar and Moshe Mazor

A retrospective study of unplanned out-of-hospital deliveries. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics Volume 269, Number 2 / January, 2004 10.1007/s00404-002-0426-0 85-88
place of birth ; midwifery training

Abstract. Our objective was to determine maternal characteristics and [...]

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http://www.springerlink.com/content/48alq6nny26u3kby/?

264

2003

Katherine Camacho Carr

Innovations in midwifery education.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):393.

midwifery training

Midwifery educators and the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) have [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

265

2003

Raisler J, O'Grady M, Lori J.

Clinical teaching and learning in midwifery and women's health.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):398.

midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery

Although there is an abundance of literature about clinical teaching in [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

266

2003

Camacho Carr K, Farley CL.

Redesigning courses for the World Wide Web.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003:48(6):407.

midwifery training

The use of computer-based instructional technologies has become almost [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

267

2003

Avery MD, Ringdahl D, Juve C, Plumbo P.

The transition to web-based education: Enhancing access to graduate education for women's health providers.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):418.

midwifery training

Nurse-midwives and women’s health nurse practitioners have a long history [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

268

2003

Fullerton JT, Ingle HT.

Evaluation strategies for midwifery education linked to digital media and distance delivery technology.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):426.

midwifery training

The goal of the teaching and learning process for health professionals [...]

hard

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

269

2003

Walker DS, Pohl JM.

Web-based data collection in midwifery clinical education.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):437.

midwifery training

A Web-based computerized database for clinical data collection use by midwifery [...]

hard

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

270

2003

Farley CL.

Service learning: Applications in midwifery education.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):444.

midwifery training

Service learning is learning acquired through experiential education that [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

271

2003

Walsh LV.

International service learning in midwifery and nursing education.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):449.

midwifery training

The health of women and childbearing families is a global concern that [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

272

2003

Lichtman R, Varney Burst H, Campau N, Carrington B, Diegmann EK, Hsia L, Thompson JE.

Pearls of wisdom for clinical teaching: Expert educators reflect.
Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):455.

midwifery training

A group of expert educators, each with more than 20 years of experience [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

273

2003

Varney Burst H, Thompson JE.

Genealogic origins of nurse-midwifery education programs in the United States.
Journal of Midewifery & Women's Health. 2003;48(6):464.

midwifery training

This article presents a genealogy of all known basic and refresher nurse-midwifery [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

277

2003

Pickard S, Baraitser P, Rymer J, Piper J.

Can gynaecology teaching associates provide high quality effective training for medical students in the United Kingdom? Comparative study. The British Medical Journal. 2003;27:1389-92.
exams during labor ; midwifery training

Objectives To train laywomen to become professional patients in order to [...]

mdr...

easy

http://bmj.bmjjourna [...]

278

2003

Wass V, Richards T, Cantillon P.

Monitoring the medical education revolution. Editorial. The British Medical Journal. 2003;327:1362.
midwifery training ; history, sociology ; ethics

The impact of new training programmes must be evaluated

This [...]

easy

http://bmj.bmjjourna [...]

275

2002

Wilson JH, Symon A.

Clinical Risk Management in Midwifery: the Right to a Perfect Baby.
Eds. Reed Educational and Professional Publishing, Oxford, UK. 2002. $27.95, Softcover.

midwifery training ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; risk of litigation ; law

By Camune B., JMWH 2003;48(6):480:
Because litigation is a threat [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

475
PDF

De plus en plus d'interventions de routine sont pratiquées sans preuve de leur efficacité, sous la pression du secteur privé, du médico-légal, sans consentement éclairé. Des taux plus élevés d'accouchement normaux seraient obtenus simplement en changeant les croyances et en implémentant la pratique de la médecine factuelle.

2002

Johanson R, Newburn M, Macfarlane A.

Has the medicalisation of childbirth gone too far? The British Medical Journal 2002;324:892-895.
attendance ; c-section/caesarean ; deontology ; episiotomy ; instrumental delivery ; forceps delivery ; midwifery training ; active management of labor ; history, sociology ; hormones ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; monitoring ; perinatal death rates ; oxytocin ; IV ; epidural ; position during labor ; psychology ; physiology ; duration of labour ; ethics

Summary points

- Obstetricians play an important role in preserving [...]

easy

http://bmj.bmjjourna [...]

945

2002

bij de Vaate A, Coleman R, Manneh H, Walraven G.

Knowledge, attitudes and practices of trained traditional birth attendants in the Gambia in the prevention, recognition and management of postpartum haemorrhage. Midwifery. 2002 Mar;18(1):3-11.
homebirth ; midwifery training ; postpartum hemorrhage ; placenta previa/accreta ; placenta previa/accreta ; place of birth

OBJECTIVES: to assess the knowledge, attitudes, practices and the potential [...]

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

274

2001

Thompson JE, Kershbaumer RM, Krisman-Scott MA.

Educating Advanced Practice Nurses and Midwives: From Practice to Teaching.
New York, Ny: Springer Publishing Company, Inc, 2001. 210 Pages. $37.95, Hardcover.

midwifery training

By Farley C., in JMWH 2003;48(6):479:
In summary, this book is an [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

1367

Le point de vue des soignants français sur les maisons de naissance: sur les 42% ayant répondu au questionnaire, 80% ne connaissaient pas les maisons de naissance.

2001

Viossat P, Dumitru-Daubigny L, Beaudevin C, Pons JC.

[For or against birthing centers: a survey of practitioners in the Isere area] {France}. J Gynecol Obstet Biol Reprod (Paris). 2001 Nov;30(7 Pt 1):688-96.
midwifery training ; birthing centers ; survey ; induction of labor ; post-term pregnancy

A questionnaire survey on the Birth Centers project was conducted among [...]

easy

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

276

2000

Teijlingen EV, Lowis G, Mccaffery P, Porter M.

Midwifery and the Medicalization of Childbirth: Comparative Perspectives.
Eds. Huntington, Ny: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2000. 430 Pages.

midwifery training ; history, sociology

By Churchill R., in JMWH 2003;48(6):480

Midwifery and the Medicalization [...]

easy

http://www2.us.elsev [...]

714

1998

Carvalho I, Chacham AS, Viana P.

Traditional birth attendants and their practices in the State of Pernambuco rural area, Brazil, 1996. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 1998 Dec;63 Suppl 1:S53-60.
midwifery training


OBJECTIVE: To obtain socioeconomic information about TBAs in the [...]

easy

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

726

Les sages-femmes devraient comprendre ce que l’épisiotomie représente pour les femmes.

1998

Way S.

Social construction of episiotomy. J Clin Nurs. 1998 Mar;7(2):113-7.
episiotomy ; midwifery training ; history, sociology

This article explores the meaning of episiotomy. A review of the literature [...]

easy

http://www.blackwell [...]

1126
PDF

The use of nonlithotomy positions is one nontechnologic way to enhance the normal process of birth.

1998

Hanson L.

Second-stage positioning in nurse-midwifery practices. Part 2: Factors affecting use.
J Nurse Midwifery. 1998 Sep-Oct;43(5):326-30.

attendance ; midwifery training ; position during labor ; physiology

This, the second of a two-part article, describes the findings of a national [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

1360

L'AAD est sur pour des femmes à bas risques en Nouvelle Zélande.

1997

Gulbransen G, Hilton J, McKay L, Cox A.

Home birth in New Zealand 1973-93: incidence and mortality. {Nouvelle Zélande}.
N Z Med J. 1997 Mar 28;110(1040):87-9.

homebirth ; place of birth ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; perinatal death rates ; midwifery training

AIMS: To determine for the period 1973-93, national and regional (1991 [...]

Traduction sophie N, relu E.Phan

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?

1131

Recommandation d'excercices doux d'assouplissements du bassin et du dos jusqu'au 4-6e mois de grossesse. Les sages-femmes devraient bien connaitre la physiologie des différentes positions d'accouchement.

1994

Parsons C.

Back care in pregnancy. Mod Midwife. 1994 Oct;4(10):16-9.
midwifery training ; physiology ; position during labor

Early in pregnancy it is useful to encourage the mother to do some gentle [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

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This database is managed by Alliance francophone pour l'accouchement respecté (AFAR, http://afar.info)
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It is fed by the voluntary contributions of persons interested in the sharing of scientific data.
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