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Inter-professional Teaching Programme on Normal Labour for Midwifery and Medical Students

  • Margaret McCarey
  • Gary Mires
Part of the Nurse Education in Practice book series (NEP)

Abstract

Multi-professional education has been widely advocated as an educational strategy. The perceived potential benefits of this approach include the development of the student’s ability to share knowledge and skills, enhanced personal and professional confidence, the development of respect between professionals and the encouragement of reflective practice (Areskog, 1994; Goble, 1994; Carpenter, 1995; Pirrie et al., 1998).

Keywords

Medical Student Clinical Skill Professional Role Normal Labour Medical Curriculum 
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© Margaret McCarey and Gary Mires 2002

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  • Margaret McCarey
  • Gary Mires

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