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Dilemmas in the management of midwifery care

Anne Thompson

Dilemmas in the management of midwifery care

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Published by Distance Learning Centre, South Bank University in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared for the course team by Sister Anne Thompson.
ContributionsSouth Bank University. Distance Learning Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination69p. :
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16562492M

Coping strategies for dealing with moral distress, how nurses demonstrate moral courage, and the attributes of an effective ethical decision maker are described. Conclusion Decision making is the very important issue in midwifery practice since different situations do occur. In her birth plan, this woman requested for an epidural. Written by a team who have direct experience rather than only in an academic sense Brings shared knowledge together from different contexts will be valuable in a range of settings Includes photographs, tables and figures With their contributions, they offer an insight into their thinking, their dilemmas, and the problems of midwifery practices in their countries.

A few are already known to have caused human congenital anomalies and their use is strongly contraindicated unless in emergency situations Midwifery Continuity of Care includes summaries and vignettes which bring midwifery continuity of care to life and make them relevant to practising midwives, managers and others working within maternity services. Frameworks for ethical practice include virtue ethics, which focuses on character and morality rather than obligations and rights. Data vs. The scenarios will be analyzed and appropriate decisions using a chosen model of decision making made according to a competent midwife ANMC, In the care for women, different situations need appropriate decision making based on the competency of the midwife and use of an assisting model of decision making Curtis et al.

A photograph of the baby should be taken and given to the mother, and arrangements for visits made. This kind of care does not operate without the code of ethics and specific standards of competencies Blank, Australia: Elsevier Australia. US: Duke University Press. The framework of justice is another framework that focuses on distributing resources equally.


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Dilemmas in the management of midwifery care by Anne Thompson Download PDF Ebook

Written by a team who have direct experience rather than only in an academic sense Brings shared knowledge together from different contexts will be valuable in a range of settings Includes photographs, tables and figures A quiet, calm environment on the ward might assist relaxation and sleeping.

If the utilitarian model is used in Dilemmas in the management of midwifery care book decision, then the midwife, the hospital staff and reputation of the hospital would be considered. Beneficence is the obligation to do good, as compared to nonmaleficence, which is the obligation to do no harm.

A woman may be self-administering CAM when she first consults the midwife, in the mistaken belief that because they are natural they are safe Coping strategies for dealing with moral distress, how nurses demonstrate moral courage, and the attributes of an effective ethical decision maker are described.

Another competency standard that the midwife did not meet is element 3. If the mother is adamant about rejecting high-risk care the midwife should consult her named supervisor of midwives in order that a plan of action is developed to support the midwife and colleagues, to care for the mother and fetus more effectively Second, women with additional risk factors for bleeding, e.

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They accept non-blood volume expanders and drugs to control haemorrhage and stimulate the production of red blood cells. The importance of basing clinical practice on ethical principles has been clearly identified: "Nursing ethics view as relevant the entirety of human experiences This requires moral sensitivity monitoring for ethical situations and moral character acting in an ethical and professional manner.

The international body also states that women should have equal access to health care services, they are people with human rights and that the midwife should know the health care policies and practice their role based on these policies with the aim of promoting health care to the women and their families ICM, The framework of utilitarianism focuses on doing the greatest good for the greatest number of people.

Pairman, S. In her birth plan, this woman requested for an epidural. Other women may consider cell salvage and autologous transfusion but need an individual care plan to be negotiated and documented. Drinking should be discouraged, or, failing this, measures Dilemmas in the management of midwifery care book to reduce it to a minimum.

Step four focuses on implementation of the most acceptable option and step five, evaluating the outcomes and determining whether any additional actions are indicated.

After this, care is Dilemmas in the management of midwifery care book to a specialist public health nurse health visitorwho continues child health surveillance until the child is 5 years of age, when the child commences school Scenario 1 is a case of a primigravida lady with complicated situation and in labor pain, yet the action taken is just to leave her in pain for more than two hours waiting for an anesthetist.

This means that while all nurses will have the same end-goal, how they arrive there may differ, which can often cause conflict.

These competencies are divided into nine sections with specified elements under each section. Flowcharts explain and facilitate the decision-making process. Therefore midwives should consider: Arranging clinic appointments for both specialist clinics and antenatal clinics so that there is even spacing between them.

Negotiating skills should be used to coax the mother to attend an appropriate specialist clinic Table 1. The ethical and legal dilemmas that arise cannot be addressed within the scope of this book.

The ethics of caring emphasizes empathy and concern and the responsibility nurses have to demonstrate compassion and empathy. Different Cases in Midwifery.

With the ethical dilemmas you face, it can seem impossible to do the right thing. In some countries the autonomy of the profession is a tradition, while in some societies midwives struggle to practice autonomously the basic competencies.

Others may be able to labour normally.Dilemmas arise when decisions are made and therefore ethical decision making is an important component of this book. Management decisions may be different from those related to giving specific care to women, hence one chapter focuses on making management decisions.

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