Decision-Making in Midwifery Practice by Maureen D. Raynor
The book deals with a broad perspective on decision-making. Each chapter focuses on a specific aspect associated with making decisive decisions. After a preliminary introduction the book explores the concept…
Decision Making in Midwifery Practice synopsis
The book deals with a broad perspective on decision-making. Each chapter focuses on a specific aspect associated with making decisive decisions. After a preliminary introduction the book explores the concept of autonomy and many factors that affect self-practice.
The role of knowledge in decision-making, the use of evidence to enrich decisions, as well as different decision-making approaches - including traditional or rational approaches, analysis of decisions and the development of professional governance - are also examined. The dilemmas arise when decisions are made, so moral decisions are an important component of this book.
Management decisions may differ from those of specific care for women, and thus one chapter focuses on administrative decision-making. Emphasis is also placed on the role of midwives in helping women make their own decisions, and on the role of reflection in enhancing decisions taken by midwives, which can be obtained from midwives. Demonstrate a streamlined flow and facilitate the decision making process.
A highly practical approach to decision-making in midwifery, with contributions from highly experienced midwives providing guidance on how to achieve successful independent midwiferypractice, and enabling theory to effectively implement practice including management roles and decision-making as well as clinical scenarios, presentation of frameworks and flowcharts For inexperienced guidance suggests different approaches to making difficult decisions
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