Migrant midwives: contributing to a different culture

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Church, SLR and Gouni, O (2017). Migrant midwives: contributing to a different culture. in: Church, SLR (ed.) New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care International Perspectives London UK Pinter and Martin.
AuthorsChurch, SLR and Gouni, O
EditorsChurch, SLR
Abstract

There is a general shift towards a more risk-averse approach to childbirth globally, but this is occurring .

Year2017
Book titleNew Thinking on Improving Maternity Care International Perspectives
PublisherPinter and Martin
Place of publicationLondon UK
Edition1
ISBN9781780662404
Publication dates
Print22 Jan 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited04 Sep 2018
Accepted21 Nov 2016
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