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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hollins Martin, Caroline.
Bereavement Care for Childbearing Women and their Families: An Interactive Workbook.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Caroline Hollins Martin; Eleanor Forrest
|Description:||1 online resource (169 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Bereavement Care for Childbearing Women and Their Families; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; The authors; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; Purpose of this interactive workbook; 1 Areas of maternity care that incur bereavement; 1.1 Areas of maternity care that incur bereavement; 1.2 What is a stillbirth?; 1.3 Defining the terms 'fetal mortality', 'neonatal mortality', 'infant mortality rate' and 'perinatal mortality rate'; 1.4 Defining the terms 'loss', 'grief' and 'bereavement'; 2 Breaking bad news; 2.1 Breaking bad news; 2.2 Initiating conversation. 2.3 Fathers and perinatal loss3 Procedures categorised on a bereavement protocol; 3.1 Protocols for caring for women who have experienced late fetal loss or stillbirth; 3.2 Managing maternal death; 3.3 Protocol discussion; 4 Models of grieving; 4.1 Models of grieving; 4.2 Cultural diversity and the role of ritual in relation to loss; 5 Difficulties with adjusting to the loss; 5.1 Bereavement and maternal mental health; 5.2 Signs and symptoms of difficulties with adjusting to the loss; 5.3 Role of maternity care providers in risk assessment; 5.4 Subsequent care; 5.5 The multidisciplinary team. 5.6 When grief becomes problematic5.7 Grief and late termination for fetal abnormity; 6 Ongoing support; 6.1 Role of professionals in bereavement care; 6.2 Gender and ethnicity and the importance of not stereotyping; 6.3 Support services; 6.4 Grief counselling; A case study of very specific cultural considerations in bereavement care; 7 Staff support; 7.1 Recognising stress; 8 Assessment and care of a bereaved woman and family's spiritual and religious needs; 8.1 Effects of family bereavement on children; 8.2 Religious and cultural beliefs; 8.3 The role of rituals; 8.4 Encouraging memories.|
Caroline Hollins Martin is Professor of Midwifery at the University of Salford, UK. Eleanor Forrest is Lecturer in Midwifery at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. "This very welcome and much needed