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Editorial Board

Tom McEwan Principal Educator (Midwifery), NHS Education for Scotland

Corina Casey-Hardman Head of Midwifery, Halton Midwifery Services, Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Trust

Sadie Geraghty Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame, Australia

Jacque Gerrard MBE Former Director, RCM England

Catherine Hamilton Principal Lecturer; Assistant Associate Dean Academic Quality Practice Enhancement and Professional Lead Midwifery/Lead Midwife Education, University of Hertfordshire

Eve Powell Student Midwife, Cardiff University

Alison Power Senior Lecturer in Midwifery, Faculty Lead for Interprofessional Learning, Education and Collaboration, University of Northampton

Janine Stockdale Lecturer in Midwifery Education at Queen’s University Belfast

Claire Leader Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, University of Northumbria

Editorial 305 Change it up: a break from your daily routine Suzannah Allkins

Research 306 Self-rated health in Swedish pregnant women: a comprehensive population register study Atika Khalaf, Marianne Johansson, Rania Mahmoud Abdel Ghani, Pernilla Ny

Literature review 316 Supporting women with diabetes to breastfeed: use of antenatal breastmilk expression Meadhbh Glavey, Anne Fallon

326 Fetal scalp electrode use

Jennifer Tooke-Marchant

326 research

June 2022 Volume 30 Number 6

333 professional

Practice-based learning and COVID-19

Professional 333 Practice-based learning and the impacts of COVID-19: doing it for real? Maggie Hutchings, Nichola McLarnon, Jamie McDermott, Amanda Watson, Alison Power, Elizabeth S Anderson, Melissa Owens

346 Future clinical academic midwife

Kelda J Folliard

Comment 352 Fetal alcohol screening and ethics

George F Winter

354 Podcasts: supporting digital learning

Helen Bedford

356 Support after a caesarean section

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The British Journal of Midwifery aims to provide midwives, students and maternity services professionals with accessible, original clinical practice and research articles, while also providing summaries of high-quality research evidence, promoting evidence-based practice.

Using fetal scalp electrodes

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