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Top 5 Midwifery Books

Discussion in 'Educational Articles and Books' started by Rie, May 1, 2008.

  1. emily moo

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    Re: Top 5 Books

    Which is the most recent edition of Ballieres Midwifery Dictionary?
     
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  2. Noo

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  3. emily moo

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    wow thats cheap! Will have to add that to my wish list :)
     
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    I got some!

    It's my birthday this week and as I am away next weekend, I got my birthday presents from my family today - I got Myles, Skills for midwifery practice, and A&P for midwives. That should keep me busy for a while, ha ha!
     
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  5. groovychick

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    Re: Top 5 Books

    would anyone know if this dictionary is any different to the other one

    dont want to buy if its the same

    thanks
     
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  6. _Josie

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    Re: Top 5 Books

    Anyone else want to share their Top 5 books?
     
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    Re: Top 5 Books

    1. light in the window
    2. midwife crisis
    3. call the midwife
    4. baby catcher
    5. hearts and hands
     
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  8. _Josie

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    Thanks V all good choices :)
     
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  9. Azalea

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    Re: Top 5 Books

    These are the 5 I use all the time but I have a serious book addiction and keep buying more and more!

    • Mayes Midwifery - Henderson and Macdonald
    • Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives - Caod and Dunstall
    • Physiology in Childbearing - Stables and Rankin
    • Oxford Handbook of Midwifery - Medforth et al
    • Baillieres Midwives Dictionare - Tindall
    I have also found these handy:
    • Anatomy and Physiology Colouring Book - Ross and Wilson
    • The Anatomy Colouring Book - Kapit and Elson
    • Bailleres Study Skills for Nurses and Midwives - Maslin-Prothero
    My tip would be to borrow them from the Library first and see which you are using all the time before you commit to buying them... I am always seeing stuff in the library that I want to buy!
     
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  10. short but sweet

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    I've brought Myles text book for midwifery and the Ballieres Midwifery Dictionary. The dictionary is useful because i don't know the first thing about technical terms! With any luck it'll also be a life saver when/if i get accepted!
     
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