Studying for Your Midwifery Degree
- Siobhan Scanlan - Oxford Brookes University, UK
- Hilary Walker
Maternity Nursing / Midwifery
This essential handbook helps midwifery students to make the most from their time studying. It clearly explains the core learning skills you will need right from the start of the course, such as academic writing, placement learning and understanding theoretical concepts. It also introduces more advanced skills, such as reflection, research, evidence-based practice, writing a dissertation and complex decision making. It shows why these important skills are essential for you both to succeed at university and when you are a registered midwife.
- An accessible student-friendly guide specifically written for midwifery students
- Three midwifery students are followed throughout the book to show real issues that you may face during your studies
- Activities throughout help you test and develop your own learning skills
- Each chapter is linked to relevant NMC and QAA standards, so that you can see what you are expected to know in order to pass your programme.
The Transforming Midwifery Practice series editor is Judith Jackson, Canterbury College.
Super relevant for our students
Good basis for 1st year students
This clear and accessible book will be very helpful for midwifery students embarking on their course of study. The skills needed are fully described and examples are given throughout, to highlight the importance of continuous skill development both academically and whilst on placement. A very useful resource for all midwifery students.
This book is good as a supplementary read for midwifery students. Those that would find it most useful are students new or returning to university level study. The book is divided into logical sections and chapters, progressing to more in depth study skills as the reader progresses thorough the book.
This text contains so much information that will help students to develop and progress through the course.
Advised for precourse reading and essential reading on commencing course
A thought provoking and interactive book.
A truly great book for popel wishing to tudy midwifery. I used his book with a lady thinking of studying midwifery. this book gacve her a great overview of subject areas she would need to look at and what would be involved that could not be found in teh course material prived by unversity in advacne..
A good useful book providing ideas and thoughts for future students
The title does not truly reflect the contents of this as hidden inside are a range of gems of advice to suit the evolving midwifery student as they make the step by step transition through the midwifery programme.The case studies and activities engage the reader while allowing further exploration of topics. I will be recommending this to my personal tutees as a companion guide .
An excellent companion for the journey from novice to expert. I have asked students to purchase.