Humanising midwifery care

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Authors: Way, S. and Scammell, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23177/

Journal: Practising Midwife

Volume: 19

Issue: 3

Pages: 27-29

Since the recent publication of the Francis Report (2013), providing care that is kind and compassionate is high on the agenda of all NHS services including maternity. This article introduces the humanising values framework that explores aspects of what it is to be human and offers practical examples of how it can be incorporated into midwifery care.

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Authors: Way, S. and Scammell, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23177/

Journal: Pract Midwife

Volume: 19

Issue: 3

Pages: 27-29

ISSN: 1461-3123

Since the publication of the Francis Report (2013), providing care that is kind and compassionate is high on the agenda of all NHS services, including maternity. This article introduces the humanising values framework that explores aspects of what it is to be human and offers practical examples of how it can be incorporated into midwifery care. Susan Way and Janet Scammell consider the advantages of woman-centred care, highlighting the benefits of humanising care.

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Authors: Way, S. and Scammell, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23177/

Journal: Practising Midwife

Volume: 19

Issue: 3

Pages: 27-29

ISSN: 1461-3123

© 2016 Medical Education Solutions Ltd. All rights reserved. Since the publication of the Francis Report (2013), providing care that is kind and compassionate is high on the agenda of all NHS services, including maternity. This article introduces the humanising values framework that explores aspects of what it is to be human and offers practical examples of how it can be incorporated into midwifery care. Susan Way and Janet Scammell consider the advantages of woman-centred care, highlighting the benefits of humanising care.

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Authors: Way, S. and Scammell, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23177/

Journal: The practising midwife

Volume: 19

Issue: 3

Pages: 27-29

ISSN: 1461-3123

Since the publication of the Francis Report (2013), providing care that is kind and compassionate is high on the agenda of all NHS services, including maternity. This article introduces the humanising values framework that explores aspects of what it is to be human and offers practical examples of how it can be incorporated into midwifery care. Susan Way and Janet Scammell consider the advantages of woman-centred care, highlighting the benefits of humanising care.

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