दक्ष प्रसुतीकर्मीहरुका लागि सहयोगी पुस्तकNepali translation of A Book for Midwives
Susan Klein, Suellen Miller, Fiona Thomson | 2013
Produced by RHEST, published by Hesperian
अनुवादकःग्रामीण स्वास्थ्य तथा शिक्षासेवा गुठी (रेस्ट–नेपाल) विश्वभर कार्यरत प्रसुतीकर्मीहरु र प्रसुतीकर्मीसँग सम्बन्धित तालिम कार्यक्रमहरुका लागि एउटा महत्वपूर्ण सामग्रीको रुपमा यस पुस्तकले बच्चा जन्मनुपूर्व (गर्भावस्था), जन्मनुका बखत र जन्मीसकेपछिको अपरिहार्य हेरविचारलाइ समावेश गरेको छ । आमा र नवजातहरुका लागि डब्लुएचओ/युनीसेफ का निर्देशिकाहरुलाई दर्साउने गरि यसलाई परिमार्जित गरिएको छ |
“Women and families will always need compassionate and respectful care before, during, and after birth.”— A Book for Midwives
A vital resource for practicing midwives and midwifery training programs, A Book for Midwives covers the essentials of care before, during, and after birth. Updated to reflect new WHO/UNICEF guidelines for mothers and newborns.
With their unique combination of skill, patience, and accessibility, midwives are essential to the worldwide struggle for maternal and child health. Clearly written and illustrated, A Book for Midwives was developed with the participation of community-based midwives, midwifery trainers, and medical specialists around the world and helps equip midwives and trainers with the information they need to reduce dangers in childbirth.
Useful in a wide variety of settings, from the rural village or urban clinic, this illustrated guides serves as a training manual for students or as a reference for experienced midwives. Topics in this lifesaving resource include healthy pregnancy; preventing and managing obstetric emergencies; facilitating safe labor and birth; breastfeeding; the health needs of new babies; STIs, HIV, and cancer; family planning; helping women when a pregnancy ends early and abortion; designing low-cost equipment; involving community in women’s health; and more.
View Sample Pages OnlineTable of Contents (PDF)
Chapter 6: Common Changes in Pregnancy (PDF)
Praise for A Book for Midwives"As in Where There is No Doctor, the Hesperian Foundation has again created a clearly written and culturally sensitive book which can be used by healthcare providers throughout the world who care for women and their babies and families… an excellent resource providing accurate technical information."
— Kathy Herschderfer, Secretary General, International Confederation of Midwives
"This comprehensive text for midwives is beautifully written and illustrated for teaching purposes in areas of the world in which maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality are quite high. The book is our best tool so far for preventing unnecessary deaths."
— Ina May Gaskin, author of Spiritual Midwifery and Birth Matters
“A Book for Midwives not only provided the template with which to teach in developing countries, but also helped us create an inclusive and grassroots approach to clinical teaching, while showing us how to stay professional as well.”
— Pam Silverstein, MD FACOG, Health Development Initiative-Rwanda
“A Book for Midwives has been found and used as a good resource by community midwives during training and in their practices after training for building their knowledge and skills.”
— Hamidullah Saljuqi, Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance, Afghanistan