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Birth and Parenting Skills
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Chapter 1: Childbirth and Parenting Education: what the research says and why we may ignore it Chapter 2 : Context and Purpose: learning styles and principles of adult education Chapter 3: Why Education for Birth is Important Chapter 4: Birthing and Parenting Education for Men Chapter 5: Are Midwives Empowered Enough to Offer Empowering Education? Chapter 6: Innovative Practice in Birth Education: Birmingham Women's Hospital Bith Ideas Workshop 000 Chapter 7: Best Practice in Antenatal Education Improving services for women of South Asian heritage Parent education classes for South Asian Women: SAMPAD The Albany Practice, South East London: antenatal and postnatal groups The Bellevue Project: local classes for local women 4U Teenage Pregnancy Group Blackburn Teenage Mothers' Group The Cafe Class (National Childbirth Trust) Chapter 8 : Education for Birth and Parenting: where next? Index

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Aimed at all those responsible for leading antenatal classes or organising programmes of parent education, whether in the NHS or the private sector. This book takes a bold groundbreaking approach to parent education, anyone dipping into it for ideas on games or teaching strategies is likely to be disappointed. As well as drawing on their own experiences as antenatal teachers, the editors are joined by other respected authorities in their field. It has proved an invaluable resource when teaching student midwives on a parent education module...an inspiration to those who are striving to improve provision for antenatal/parenthood education. Anabel JayThe Practising Midwife Vol 9 No 5

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