Women’s Gynecologic Health, Second Edition by Kerri Durnell Schuiling and Frances E. Likis was recently awarded the Book of the Year Award from the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM). Presented at the ACNM 57th Annual Meeting & Exposition in Long Beach, CA, the award recognizes the year's best research and scholarship in midwifery and women's health.
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Are you midwife or a Women's Health nurse? We just published a new edition of Clinical Practice Guidelines for Midwifery & Women's Health, Fourth Edition by Nell L. Tharpe, Cindy L. Farley, and Robin G. Jordan. The trusted quick reference guide to midwifery and well woman care is completely updated and revised to reflect the rapidly changing clinical environment.
Topics: midwifery, Nell L. Tharpe, New Edition, women's health, acnm, american college of nurse-midwives, Cindy Farley, whnp, women's health nurse practitioner, awhonn, MANA, Robin Jordan, Women's Health
Ninewells Hospital in the UK has been awarded the prestigious UNICEF Baby-Friendly Award for the standard of care given to women throughout and after pregnancy. According to NHS Tayside head of midwifery Kay Forsyth,
''We decided to join services with UNICEF UK's Baby Friendly Initiative to boost breastfeeding rates and to get better care for all mothers at Ninewells . . . . Breastfeeding protects babies against a wide range of serious illnesses including gastroenteritis and respiratory infections in infancy, as well as allergies and diabetes in childhood. We also know that breastfeeding reduces the mother's risk of some cancers and it is easier, cheaper and simply less hassle than bottle feeding.''
Jones & Bartlett Learning would like to extend our congratulations to Ninewells for their impressive achievement. Cheers!
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The new edition of Women's Gynecologic Health has only been out a short time, but Jane F. Houston DNP, CNM from UF College of Nursing has summed up what we knew would be the reaction, "Love it, love it, love it."
Topics: New Edition, women's health, New Text, nurse practitioner, nursing, nursing practice, midwifery, Nurse Practitioner, obstetrics and gynecology, childbirth, health woman, health women, International Journal of Childbirth, Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, Recently Published, Women's Health
The wait is almost over! Women's Gynecologic Health, Second Edition is publishing in December!
Hardcover | 750 pages | © 2013
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Women’s Gynecologic Health, Second Edition is a comprehensive text that equips students and practicing clinicians with a strong foundation in women’s gynecologic health, including health promotion, maintenance, and treatment. Based on the most recent research, the authors provide authoritative content written from a feminist perspective to convey a holistic approach to care. Completely updated and revised, this new edition includes four new chapters on diagnosis of pregnancy at the gynecologic visit, women’s health after bariatric surgery, gynecologic health care for sexual and gender minorities, and urinary tract infections.
Cynthia W. Coffey, PharmD from the International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA) has recently reviewed Pharmacology for Women's Health by Tekoa King, CNM, MPH, FACNM and Mary C. Brucker, CNM, PhD, FACNM. Here is an excerpt: