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Editorial Board

Tom McEwan

Principal Educator (Midwifery), NHS Education for Scotland

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 td

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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.

512 research

Midwives' knowledge of episiotomy

Editorial 485 Doing our part to tackle maternity care disparities Suzannah Allkins

Birthwrite 486 Research in practice: a core skill

Ruth Sanders, Kelda Folliard

Charity spotlight 488 Trying to conceive

Karen McEwen

Research 490 Caring for asylum-seeking women accessing care in the UK: a systematic review Katherine Letley

502 What refugee women want from maternity care: a qualitative study Maria Evans, Jennifer Plows, Rose McCarthy, Brigid McConville, Melanie Haith-Cooper

512 Mediolateral episiotomies:

more astute decisions and fewer acute incisions Mickey Buckingham, Ka Woon Wong, Vasanth Andrews

September 2022 Volume 30 Number 9

Case study 518 A midwifery team’s journey implementing and sustaining continuity of care Dede Thorpe, Sara Neiman, Jay White, Dr Sally Pezaro

526 Lack of policy consideration for breastfeeding co-mothers in maternity services Dr Mari Greenfield

Professional 532 Implementing collaborative learning in practice in a London maternity ward Marianne Markowski, Carole Yearley, Heather Bower, Wilhelmina Hayford, Ethel Rugge, Susanne Chatterley-Stettler

Book review 538 The science of mom: a research-based guide to your baby's first year by Alice Callahan Christine Rospopa

532 professional

Collaborative learning in practice in midwifery

British Journal of Midwifery, September 2022, Vol 30, No 9

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