This is an excellent text for student midwives. Accessible and pertinent to all aspects of their degree. --Lecturer, Bangor University.
I think this book is excellent and well worth recommending to student midwives. It contains a wealth of very important information. I really like the format being a mixture of text, learning activities and case studies. I feel that this makes the book very interesting and readable and will help the students to learn and understand such important material. --Lecturer, Staffordshire University.
Covers all of the essential elements related to the role of the midwife in a style which is clear and easy to follow. --Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University.
About the Author
Richard Griffith is the team leader for healthcare law in the School of Health Science at Swansea University where he has taught since 1992. He initially trained as a nurse before turning his attention to law and an academic career. He has a particular interest in applied law in healthcare practice and has published widely in a range of nursing journals.
Cassam Tengnah is a lecturer in health law in the School of Health Science at Swansea University and teaches across a range of courses from undergraduate to postgraduate level. His early background is in nursing and health promotion and he has a particular interest in public health law.
Chantal Patel is a lecturer in health law and ethics at the School of Health Science at Swansea University. Chantal has a wide and varied legal background and has a particular interest in diversity and the law. Chantal sits as a justice of the peace in Swansea.