These are the questions at the heart of Childbirth in the Global Village which highlights the role that globalisation plays in changing childbirth practices and its implications for midwifery practice and education.
Author: Dawn Hillier
Is the experience of childbirth becoming 'globalised'? Is the encroachment of the western medical model dehumanising a profoundly human experience? If so, what can midwives and midwife educators do about it? These are the questions at the heart of Childbirth in the Global Village which highlights the role that globalisation plays in changing childbirth practices and its implications for midwifery practice and education. Built around the vivid personal stories of women and midwives experiencing childbirth in four very different cultures Childbirth in the Global Village will resonate with the experience of midwives everywhere and makes a strong case for redesigning the midwifery curriculum to reflect the interconnectedness of childbirth, midwifery education and practice around the globe.
The book will be a perfect reference book for new parents who desire to use traditional age-old methods to nurturer their new baby with simple daily massage/bathing techniques or for a grandma who wishes to try her hand at basic sewing ...
Author: Madhuri Gurjar
Publisher: Clever Fox Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
An Indian middle-aged woman goes to a foreign country to help her young daughter deliver her first baby. She narrates interesting tales of her experience preparing for this ‘big event’ of childbirth and then actually going through it! The book talks about Indian traditional methods of using herbs with medicinal values and authentic recipes used during pregnancy and after delivery to help heal new moms and babies to thrive. The world has become a global village and young generations are crossing their country’s boundaries to settle down away from their own roots to create a home away from home. The book will be a perfect reference book for new parents who desire to use traditional age-old methods to nurturer their new baby with simple daily massage/bathing techniques or for a grandma who wishes to try her hand at basic sewing techniques for her beloved grandbabies.
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Author: Carol Kingdon
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
This book introduces key topics from sociology which are relevant to midwifery audiences. Introductions to the classical theorists and the more recent sociological perspectives that shape contemporary sociology are presented in the context of their applicability to midwifery practice. Complex sociological debates are presented in a simple manner, applying theory to clinical practice.
A Companion to the World Development Report World Bank ... Policy Research Working Paper 4998, World Bank, Washington, DC. ... Childbirth in the Global Village: Implications for Midwifery Education and Practice. London: Routledge.
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Author: Denis Walsh
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Intrapartum care has undergone profound changes over the past fiftyyears. Essential Midwifery Practice: Intrapartum Care takesa broad sweep to examine these changes and their intersection withmidwifery, in particular their impact on the midwife’s roleduring labour and birth. It is an invaluable guide for allmidwives. Essential Midwifery Practice: Intrapartum Care addressesa wide range of topics including the evolution of intrapartum care,debates about knowledge, and childbirth education. It looks atbirth environments, labour rhythms, working with pain, normalbirth, unusual labours, and complementary therapies. Written by keyexperts and providing guidance on best practice, this unique anddiverse text will bring readers up-to-date with the latest researchand reflection in their specialist fields. Written by key experts in their respective fields comingtogether for the first time Provides comprehensive examination of normal birthpractice Evidence-based, bringing you up-to-date with the latestresearch
Obstetric and Gynecological Survey 58(1): 15–16 Hillier, D. (2003) Childbirth in the Global Village: Implications for Midwifery Education and Practice. Routledge Taylor- Francis Group, London Hobbs, L. (2003) Assessing cervical ...
Author: Stella McKay-Moffat
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A Pocket guide for Student Midwives, 2nd edition is an accessible, portable book offering student midwives everything they need to grasp the key elements of midwifery language, knowledge and skills. The new edition of this useful ‘aide memoire’ is structured in two parts. The first includes relevant terms, abbreviations and definitions. The second part is a quick A-Z reference guide to common conditions, procedures, emergency situations, and supporting information enhanced by visual material to aid comprehension of normality and anomalies. The innovative action flow charts enables rapid access to information that logically guides the reader through procedures in potentially life threatening situations, in both home and hospital settings. A Pocket guide for Student Midwives, 2nd edition is essential reading for the new non-nurse student midwife, the experienced nurse entering the midwifery profession, and senior student midwives alike. A handy portable ‘survival guide’ for student midwives Fully updated to include the latest NMC directives, legislation, and policies Includes flow charts, illustrations, and activities
Around the world, every minute, a woman dies in childbirth, when many of these deaths could be prevented by access to emergency medical care, which requires passable roads and affordable transport services (Babinard and Roberts 2006; ...
Author: Christina Wasson
Category: Social Science
The realities of the globalized world have revolutionized traditional concepts of culture, community, and identity—so how do applied social scientists use complicated, fluid new ideas such as translocality and ethnoscape to solve pressing human problems? In this book, leading scholar/practitioners survey the development of different subfields over at least two decades, then offer concrete case studies to show how they have incorporated and refined new concepts and methods. After an introduction synthesizing anthropological practice, key theoretical concepts, and ethnographic methods, chapters examine the arenas of public health, community development, finance, technology, transportation, gender, environment, immigration, aging, and child welfare. An innovative guide to joining dynamic theoretical concepts with on-the-ground problem solving, this book will be of interest to practitioners from a wide range of disciplines who work on social change, as well as an excellent addition to graduate and undergraduate courses.
A Guide to International Veterinary Medicine David M. Sherman ... According to the World Bank, complications of pregnancy and childbirth are the leading cause of death and disability for women aged 15 to 49 in developing countries.
Author: David M. Sherman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A book like no other in the field of veterinary medicine with pertinent information every student and practitioner will find beneficial. Veterinaries have access to a great variety of texts, journals, and continuing education opportunities to keep them on top of the tremendous technological advances in clinical care and preventive medicine. Outside of the technical realm, however, there are many global trends, which exert profound effects on how the veterinary profession serves society and how veterinary professionals define their role in a rapidly changing world. This new and unrivaled book delves into these influences in impressive detail, identifying new challenges and opportunities for the veterinary profession in a global context. Unique topics covered include: The important global trends with implications for veterinary medicine. Different cultural attitudes towards the human use of animals, their impact on the human-animal relationship, and the challenges this poses for veterinarians. The role of livestock in food security, rural development, and sustainable agriculture and the opportunities for veterinarians to improve the lives of people who depend on animals around the world. The relationship of global environmental change to animal health and production. The emerging field of conservation medicine and the important role of veterinarians in protecting biodiversity and conserving wildlife. A global perspective on veterinary service delivery and the opportunities and challenges for improving animal health care worldwide. The growth of international trade, its relation to food safety and animal health, and its impact on animal agricultural and veterinary medicine. The growing risk of foreign animal disease, the national and international institutions involved in animal disease control, and the role of the private practitioner in controlling foreign animal disease. Nontraditional career paths for veterinarians interested in working internationally and how to identify and prepare for such international career opportunities.
Female post–World War I agony aunts were similarly unsympathetic and patriarchal, advising women to return to being wives/mothers ... Edith tells Bertie that a regular woman in the lodge would have her husband present during childbirth.
Author: Diana Isabel Arredondo Ríos
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Television programs
This book analyzes the ways in which television dramas allow audiences to vicariously experience fantasy-indulging, escapism-satisfying, and reality-reckoning stories. Contributors discuss how our innate desire to tell human stories both binds us together and motivates us to persevere as a community on a global scale.
... near Kraków which date back eighteen thousand years, remains of village life near Biskupin are about 2700 years old. ... Although Jadwiga died in childbirth at only 25 years of age, the Jagiellonian dynasty ruled until 1572.
Author: Don McKay
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
Bring the world a little closer with these multicultural books. An excellent way for students to appreciate and learn cultural diversity in an exciting hands-on format. Each book explores the history, language, holidays, festivals, customs, legends, foods, creative arts, lifestyles, and games of the title country. A creative alternative to student research reports and a time-saver for teachers since the activities and resource material are contained in one book.
God continues to lure us into a world that looks more like eternity , more like a heavenly banquet , more like God is ... the women who die in childbirth , and the children who don't receive the care that ensures a healthy beginning and ...
Author: Katharine Jefferts Schori
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church explores issues and challenges of deep concern to the Episcopal Church, the wider Body of Christ, and the world at large, in thematically arranged essays that reflect on the travel, issues, people, and passions that have driven the first three years of her episcopate. Original.
Tepoztlan: A Village in Mexico. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston Lichdi, Diether Goertz, ed. 1990. Mennonite World Handbook: Mennonites in Global Witness. ... In Her Own Voice: Childbirth Stories from Mennonite Women.
Author: Leo Driedger
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
An exploration of the impact of professionalism and individualism on Mennonite culture, families, and religion. Driedger contends that Mennonites are in a unique position in the global electronic age, having entered modern society relatively recently.
The well - educated migrate to cities , especially to tourist areas , while those who remain in the village engage ... Medical consultations and treatments ( including childbirth ) at modern clinics require cash , whereas tradiTable 2 ...
Author: Raechelle Rubinstein
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Social Science
Annotation Staying Local in the Global Village is part of a continuing tradition in which Balinese and foreign scholars reflect on the processes of transformation that link Bali to Indonesia and the world beyond.
... 43 Change, personal, in re-entry, 172 Childbirth, overseas, 130 Children: and games of looking, 58; and language, ... See also Worldmindedness Cues, cultural, 20 Cultural fatigue, 131 Culture, viii, 2; advantages and disadvantages ...
Author: Riall Nolan
Category: Social Science
Today, more Americans than ever are going abroad to visit, work, or study. Increasingly, the ability to communicate and work in cross-cultural situations is seen as an important determinant of success in business, government, education, and the social services. Being successful depends less on what you know of a particular culture than it does on what you know about managing new cultural situations. This book provides a comprehensive and practical guide to communicating, learning, and adapting within any new cultural environment. It begins by examining what culture is and why it is important. It then goes on to outline the process of cross-cultural adjustment, and presents some highly effective tools and strategies for avoiding culture shock, while encouraging learning. Advice on learning a language, preparing for the transition, settling in, working and living overseas, and planning re-entry into U.S. culture is given. One of the book's most useful features is the presentation of a detailed plan for actually making the transition from one culture to another. It also provides a detailed chapter on re-entering the home environment, again to aid in minimizing shock and anxiety. The skills learned from this book are essential to success and can be put to use in any new culture, anywhere in the world.
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A qualitative study of volunteer doulas working alongside midwives at births in England: Mothers' and doulas' experiences ... bill A364B. https://villagebirthinternational.org/2019/06/21/vbi-open-letterconcerning-assembly-bill-a364b/.
Indigenous traditions include a strong attachment to the land and to village life along with assumption of kinship ... live births , while maternal mortality , at nine hundred per 100,000 births , is the fourth highest in the world .
Author: Jan Knippers Black
Category: Business & Economics
* Links development issues generally treated in isolation * Demonstrates how global transformations affect real people and communities As globalization rapidly replaces the cold war paradigm, the narrow distribution of benefits from globalization has created a disturbing gap in wealth and power both among and within states. In an impassioned style, Jan Black analyzes the problems of increased nationalism, growing refugee populations, and the politics of exclusion. This is a critical and brutally honest commentary on the complex transformation from a bipolar world to a global village.
This book will explore the childbirth process through globally diverse perspectives in order to offer a broader context with which to think about birth.
Author: Helaine Selin
Category: Social Science
This book will explore the childbirth process through globally diverse perspectives in order to offer a broader context with which to think about birth. We will address multiple rituals and management models surrounding the labor and birth process from communities across the globe. Labor and birth are biocultural events that are managed in countless ways. We are particularly interested in the notion of power. Who controls the pregnancy and the birth? Is it the hospital, the doctor, or the in-laws, and in which cultures does the mother have the control? These decisions, regarding place of birth, position, who receives the baby and even how the mother may or may not behave during the actual delivery, are all part of the different ways that birth is conducted. One chapter of the book will be devoted to midwives and other birth attendants. There will also be chapters on the Evolution of Birth, on Women’s Birth Narratives, and on Child Spacing and Breastfeeding. This book will bring together global research conducted by professional anthropologists, midwives and doctors who work closely with the individuals from the cultures they are writing about, offering a unique perspective direct from the cultural group.
Postscript What If? • What if the many scientific reasons to rediscover the basic needs of labouring women become widely digested and assimilated by the emergent global village? • What if childbirth enters a new phase - the ...
Author: Michel Odent
Publisher: CLAIRVIEW BOOKS
Category: Health & Fitness
Humanity, argues Michel Odent, stands at a crossroads in the history of childbirth - and the direction we choose to take will have critical consequences. Until recently a woman could not have had a baby without releasing a complex cocktail of ‘love hormones’. In many societies today, most women give birth without relying on the release of such a flow of hormones. Some give birth via caesarean section, while others use drugs that not only block the release of these natural substances, but do not have their beneficial behavioural effects. ‘This unprecedented situation must be considered in terms of civilization’, says Odent, and gives us urgent new reasons to rediscover the basic needs of women in labour. At a time when pleas for the ‘humanization’ of childbirth are fashionable, the author suggests, rather, that we should first accept our ‘mammalian’ condition and give priority to the woman’s need for privacy and to feel secure. The activity of the intellect, the use of language, and many cultural beliefs and rituals - which are all special to humans - are handicaps in the period surrounding birth. Says Odent: ‘To give birth to her baby, the mother needs privacy. She needs to feel unobserved. The newborn baby needs the skin of the mother, the smell of the mother, her breast. These are all needs that we hold in common with the other mammals, but which humans have learned to neglect, to ignore or even deny.” Expectant parents, midwives, doulas, childbirth educators, those involved in public health, and all those interested in the future of humanity, will find this a provocative and visionary book.
McLuhan and Fiore (1968) first described this connected world as a 'global village'. ... been a sharp rise in inappropriate and harmful obstetric intervention in childbirth with a global epidemic of caesarean sections (Lancet 2018).
Author: Jayne E. Marshall
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Written by midwives for midwives, Myles Textbook for Midwives has been the seminal textbook of midwifery for over 60 years. It offers comprehensive coverage of topics fundamental to 21st midwifery practice. Co-edited for the second time, by internationally renowned midwife educationalists, Professor Jayne E Marshall and Maureen D Raynor from the United Kingdom with a team of contributors from across the midwifery community it retains its clear, accessible writing style. Most chapters provide useful case studies, websites of key organisations and charities for individuals to access further information. Reflective questions at the end of each chapter as well as annotated further reading aid reflective learning and stimulate discussions relating to continuing professional development. The book covers key frameworks that govern midwifery practice, exploring ethical and legal frameworks that are essential to every accountable, autonomous, professional midwife. Includes employer-led models of supervision, vital elements of leadership and clinical governance that supports the provision of high quality maternity services and standards of midwifery practice. The concept of resilience is introduced for the reader to contemplate their personal contribution in creating an environment that is conducive to protecting the wellbeing of themselves and colleagues within the workplace. The text covers the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, highlighting the importance of midwives as global citizens with common goals, and together they form a strong global community prepared to challenge social inequalities and take action to help end extreme poverty. Covers designing and implementing high quality midwifery care using evidence, policy and models of care. Highlights why a holistic and evidence-informed approach is necessary to achieve effective care for all. Working examples will help the reader to think critically about their own practice. For this edition several new chapters are introduced covering concealed pregnancy, fear of childbirth (tocophobia), care of the acutely unwell woman and end of life issues including rights of the fetus/neonate and ethical considerations.
... of children in the world do not have due to Tribalism; making childbirth an obligation for women, and not a choice. Also – regardless how religious leaders and politicians spin it – overpopulation is a problem in our global village, ...
Author: Dr. Mark O'Doherty
Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book offers a new way to improve Nigerian public policy, so that a positive collective consciousness can be manifested in Nigeria, as well as with the International Community. Social challenges - such as crime, corruption and illiteracy in Nigeria - are also explored in this work, offering an analysis on these matters, as well as suggestions how public education, family policy and children's rights can be improved. Violent Extremism in Nigeria is another topic this book addresses; as both internally and externally, Nigeria is faced with a major security problem in terms of containing and countering extremism. Highly innovative and profound, this book explores cutting-edge social scientific theories and ethical approaches how human rights and social equality can be improved in Nigeria.