By Barbara A. Anderson DrPH CNM FACNM FAAN, Susan Stone DNSc CNM FACNM FAAN
This article presents a roadmap for nurse-midwives who try to enforce swap via evidence-based perform by way of featuring the most up-tp-date evidence-based study at the care of childbearing girls. it's the basically publication approximately evidence-based perform for nurse-midwives that encompasses the main arguable parts of perform. The textual content accommodates the rules of midwifery and the midwifery version of care all through. It discusses using digital databases in studying proof and settling on most sensible practices, and considers how the present team atmosphere impacts the perform of nurse-midwifery. Case reviews increase the exam of facts and the id of most sensible practices.
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S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1989). Rising designed the model for Centering Pregnancy using evidence from the literature and her involvement in the Childbearing Childrearing Center. She presented results from a pilot study of Centering Pregnancy in which 96% of women enrolled in the study preferred prenatal care in groups. The Centering Pregnancy model was further outlined by Rising et al. (2004), incorporating the recommendations of the IOM in Crossing the Quality Chasm. org). The Centering Pregnancy model is based on the concept that care is better when the consumer and the provider actively work together using a support group model.
Implementing the Model Although the concept of Centering Pregnancy is simple—education, support, and risk assessment in a group setting—implementation of the model is challenging. It requires a change in practice and a redesign of the traditional care paradigm. 3. Centering Pregnancy: An Evidence-Based Model of Prenatal Care 35 In the Centering Pregnancy model, women begin prenatal care at approximately 12 weeks’ gestation and have 10 visits of 1–2 hours each. “The group model of prenatal care, which expands on the midwifery empowerment model is the most ambitious and revolutionary approach to prenatal care since the work of Ballantyne, a renowned Scottish physician in 1902” (Moos, 2006, p.
Best Practices in Midwifery: Using the Evidence to Implement Change by Barbara A. Anderson DrPH CNM FACNM FAAN, Susan Stone DNSc CNM FACNM FAAN