Myles Midwifery Anatomy & Physiology Workbook
Myles Midwifery Anatomy & Physiology Workbook,
Edition 1
By Jean Rankin, BSc(Hons) MMedSci PhD PGCE RM RGN RSCN

Publication Date: 26 Sept 2012

Get immediate access to a digital review copy

Once approved, please allow 10-14 days for delivery.

Description

The latest edition of this popular volume offers a wide selection of appealing, interactive and engaging exercises specifically tailored for different learning styles.

Fully updated in response to student feedback, Myles Midwifery Anatomy and Physiology Workbook 2e presents a variety of activities ranging from colouring and labelling exercises and ‘match and connect’ to ‘true false’ and ‘identify the correct response’. Perfect for readers who find A&P challenging, or for anyone who just needs to recap and consolidate, the book is ideal for learning or consolidating knowledge in an enjoyable, non-pressurised environment.

Designed for all students of midwifery, Myles Midwifery Anatomy and Physiology Workbook will be perfect for preregistration readers and anyone on ‘return to practice’ programs.

Key Features

  • Straightforward language and user-friendly approach, designed for different learning styles, help simplify challenging areas of study
  • Presents individual exercises in a wide variety of formats such as labelling diagrams, ‘match and connect’, ‘true or false’ and ‘identify the correct response’ all specifically designed to reinforce knowledge and understanding
  • Offers an appealing, interactive and engaging way to learn anatomy and physiology
  • Suitable for an international audience by, for example, the inclusion of different approaches to manoeuvres or named movements used in obstetric emergencies
  • New Features

    • Updated in response to student feedback with additional question formats such as popular labelling diagrams and ‘match and connect’ assessments
    • Information for specific activities are based on the latest RCOG and NICE Guidelines
    About the author
    By Jean Rankin, BSc(Hons) MMedSci PhD PGCE RM RGN RSCN , Professor (Maternal, Child and Family Health), Head of Division (Midwifery and Specialist Nursing), School of Health and Life Science, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, United Kingdom; Adjunct Professor of Midwifery, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
    Table of Contents
      1. The female pelvis and pelvic floor
      2. The reproductive systems
      3. The female urinary tract
      4. Hormonal cycles: fertilization and early development
      5. The placenta
      6. The fetus
      7. Anatomy and physiology of body systems: Revision
      8. Change and adaptation in pregnancy
      9. Antenatal care and problems in pregnancy
      10. Conditions in pregnancy
      11. Labour: first and second stages
      12. Third stage of labour
      13. Complicated labour and birth
      14. Midwifery and obstetric emergencies
      15. The puerperium
      16. Complimentary therapies and pharmacology in childbirth
      17. The baby at birth
      18. The newborn baby
      19. Jaundice and blood group incompatibility
      20. Congenital abnormalities and metabolic disorders
    Book details
    ISBN: 9780702043390
    Page Count: 240
    Illustrations: Approx. 160 illustrations
    Retail Price: €27.99