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Celebrating the WHO's Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

In remembrance of Florence Nightingale, the mother of modern nursing, the World Heath Organization (WHO) has named 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.

In seeking to extend their role in critically informing healthcare governance and practices around the globe, Health, Risk & Society has set the below nursing and midwifery articles free for all to access until December 31, 2020.

By showcasing this content, we are using our platform to spread awareness of the risks and challenges in managing risk in midwifery and different domains of nursing. 

We are advocating for major funders to further invest in these critical specialties, with the ultimate goal of increasing research in the field.

Free Health, Risk & Society Articles

Enjoy reading these free-to-access nursing and midwifery articles until December 31, 2020.
TitleAuthors
The impact of technology on pregnancy and childbirth: transnational perspectives on risk Special Issue with various authors
Risk, Pregnancy and ChildbirthSpecial Issue with various authors
‘You don’t know what’s going on in there’: a discursive analysis of midwifery hospital consultationsDanielle Ferndale, Renata F.I Meuter, Bernadette Watson & Cindy Gallois
Risk and boundary work in contemporary maternity care: tensions and consequencesZoey Spendlove
Risk and the politics of boundary work: preserving autonomous midwifery in the NetherlandsBahareh Goodarzi, Lianne Holten, Carla van El, Raymond de Vrie, Arie Franx & Eddy Houwaart
‘I’m not clear on what the risk is’: women’s reflexive negotiations of uncertainty about alcohol during pregnancyKate Holland, Kerry McCallum & Alexandra Walton
The risk of being ‘too honest’: drug use, stigma and pregnancyCamille Stengel
Threats and thrills: pregnancy apps, risk and consumptionGareth M. Thomas & Deborah Lupton
Evidence-based practice and the management of risk in nursingBeverley French Research Fellow, Dr
Traffic risk work with sleepy patients: from rationality to practiceClara Iversen, Anders Broström & Martin Ulander
On doing ‘risk work’ in the context of successful outcomes: exploring how medication safety is brought into action through health professionals’ everyday working practicesAlbert Farre, Karen Shaw, Gemma Heath & Carole Cummins
Risk assessment and management in mental health nursingLisa Reynolds
Short cuts to safety: Risk and 'rules of thumb' in accounts of food choiceJudith Green, Alizon Draper & Elizabeth Dowler
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