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Journal Vol. 10, No. 2 — Active Management of Labour

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

Active Management of Labour - The Irish Way of Birth

Trust Guilty of abuse of power

The Essential Midwife - The Irish Way of Birth

Common Criticisms of Active Management

Potential Dangers of Oxytocin

Research:
Jean Robinson reviews

Other articles in this Journal: Meeting and getting to know midwives - women's views; Team midwifery; Shackled prisoner wins compensation; NHS Trust guilty of abuse of power in forced caesarean case; Review of CESDI report on stillbirths and infant deaths; Conference report: Caesarean Sections - Whose Failure to Progress?.

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