IJBPE

Vol 3 Issue 3 Contents

 

CONTENTS

 1  CONTENTS
 2  EDITORIAL
 

Better relationships mean better births
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief

3 GUEST EDITORIAL
  Urgently needed: Models for presenting choice
Denis Walsh, Associate Professor in Midwifery, Nottingham University
4 INBOX
 

THE UNBORN BABY

5-7 A psycho-biological revival of the ‘three Ps’ in an integrated antenatal education model
Amali Lokugamage, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, London, UK
Francoise Barbira-Freedman, Affiliated Lecturer in Medical Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK
8-11 Preparing women for home birth
Cathy Green, Midwife working with the Homebirth Team at Birmingham Women’s Hospital, UK
 

BECOMING PARENTS

12 Birth Doulas: The breakdown of past and present
Barbara Hotelling, Clinical Nurse Educator, Duke University School of Nursing, North Caroline, USA
16 Working with pain: A pathway to normal birth
Rhea Dempsey, Independent Birth Educator, Birth Attendant, Trainer, Counsellor, Author
 

PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMMES

19 Mothering from the Inside Out: A mentalization-based therapy for mothers in treatment for drug addiction
Nancy E. Suchman, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Child Study Center, USA
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Mothering from the Inside Out: Providing a mentalization-based parenting therapy for mothers in treatment for substance misuse
Susan A. Bers, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, USA

 29 Group Family Nurse Partnership: Effective communication to support learning, adaptation and change within an intensive Group Family Nurse Partnership parenting programme
Clare Ronan, Family Nurse, FNP Sessional Communication Skills Educator, South Tyneside Foundation Trust, UK
 

FOCUS ON ORGANISATIONS

39 Birthrights
Rebecca Schiller, CEO
 

OTHER

37 Teaching Activity
Welcome to the world (Family Links)
35 SALLY’S COLUMN
Peppa Pig, parental roles and the influence of the media
Sally Hogg, Mother, Consultant working in Children’s Services and Strategic Lead for the ‘Mums and Babies in Mind’ project

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