Essential Midwifery Practice: Public Health
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Chapter 2: Health and Inequality- What can midwives do?.
Chapter 3: Smoking in Pregnancy- A growing Public Health Problem.
Chapter 4: Teenage Pregnancy- Everyone’s Business.
Chapter 5: Sexual Health- A Potential Time Bomb.
Chapter 6: Substance Abuse- What is the Problem?.
Chapter 7: Domestic Abuse in Pregnancy- A Public Health Issue.
Chapter 8: Maternal Mental Health- Working in Partnership.
Chapter 9: Supporting Breastfeeding- Midwives Facilitating A Community Model.
Chapter 10: Normal birth and Birth Centre Care- A Public Health Catalyst for Maternal and Societal Well-being
Sheena Byrom is a Consultant Midwife in Public Health at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust