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There are 174 new updates to the midwifery content in ProQuest’s British Nursing Index (BNI). Updates include:

-- How undergraduate midwifery students are teaching undergraduate paramedic students (Nurse Education Today)
-- Improvement in postnatal care by Swedish fathers (International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance)
-- Reducing maternal mortality in Senegal and Mali (The Lancet)
-- Midwives as whistleblowers without fearing reprisal (NursingTimes.net)
-- Balancing the demand for staff with the capacity and safety of patients (British Journal of Midwifery)

Even if you’re not looking for the latest updates, all BNI titles are recent, 1994 to present, and cover all aspects of nursing, midwifery and community healthcare. The index is compiled by professional librarians with experience in providing services to nurses and midwives. So librarians, nurses and midwives alike – we got you covered!

Keeping up with new developments in maternal health, procedures, and ethics is important, that’s why ProQuest keeps the British Nursing Index current with monthly updates.

Keep an eye out every month for the most up-to-date nursing and midwifery news from the BNI.

27 Sep 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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