Description - The Midwife Said Fear Not by Helen Verney
The most definitive, authoritative and comprehensive history of Midwifery in the US, authored by two of the profession's most distinguished nurse-leaders.There is no single text or book that spans the totality of the history of midwifery in the United States or is as comprehensive as this definitive text/reference. The book begins with the early history of Midwifery in the US (spanning the period from the 1600s to the 1940s) and proceeds to move through and emphasize various additional and more recent eras of significance and evolution and development of the profession. Important topics such as the nursing roots of the profession, the beginnings of professional practice, the founding of educational institutions for nurse-midwives, direct entry into the profession, the founding of professional organizations and challenges as well as opportunities for the future are addressed through a wealth of illustrations, story boxes, end notes, and additional resources.
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(229mm x 152mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Helen Verney
Helen Varney Burst is Professor Emeritus in the Yale University School of Nursing, USA where she was faculty in the nurse-midwifery program from 1979-2004. Ms. Varney Burst directed nurse-midwifery education programs at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, the Medical University of South Carolina, and Yale University; and served as a consultant to many others.Joyce E. Thompson, Professor Emeriti, University of Pennsylvania and Western Michigan University, USA received a BSN and MPH from the University of Michigan, a Certificate in nurse-midwifery from Maternity Center Association, a DrPH from Columbia University, and a certificate in Bioethics from the Kennedy Institute at Georgetown University.