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Editorial Board

Tom McEwan Principal Educator (Midwifer y), 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 Midwifer y/Lead Midwife Education, University of Her tfordshire

Eve Powell Student Midwife, Cardiff University

Alison Power Senior Lecturer in Midwifer y, Faculty Lead for Interprofessional Learning, Education and Collaboration, University of Nor thampton

Janine Stockdale Lecturer in Midwifer y Education at Queen’s University Belfast

Claire Leader Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Depar tment of Nursing, Midwifer y and Health, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, University of Nor thumbria

Ellen Kitson-Reynolds Director of Programmes: Nursing and Midwifer y, Midwifer y Programme Manager, Principle Teaching Fellow: Health Sciences, University of Southampton td

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The British Journal of Midwifer y aims to provide midwives, students and maternity ser vices professionals with accessible, original clinical practice and research ar ticles, while also providing summaries of high-quality research evidence, promoting evidence-based practice.

090 research

Episiotomy consent in Iran

February 2023 Volume 31 Number 2

Professional 099 Pre-registration midwifery education:

adaptating infant feeding observed simulated clinical examinations Carolyn Moorhead, Dr Lorna Lawther, Dr Felicity Agwu Kalu

104 Service user and carer involvement in online Interprofessional learning during the COVID-19 pandemic Tracy Coleman, Amber Bennett-Weston, Michael Sy, Jane Greaves, Elizabeth S Anderson

Comment 112 Midwifery care and social media

Rachelle Chee, Tanya S Capper, Olav T Muurlink

116 The ethics of assisted reproduction

George F Winter

Editoria l 065 Equality in the workplace for midwives

Suzannah Allkins

Research 066 Students stand at the door:

exploring views on professionalism in midwifery spaces Moira Lewitt, Thomas McEwan

074 Sustainability of Entonox in obstetrics:

a qualitative study Catherine Kelly, Pavan Raju, Tim Smith, Evridriki Fioratou

082 Investigating antenatal pelvic floor training using a vaginal balloon device in Czech women Karel Fousek, Katerina Mrkvova, Tereza Branna, Marek Ozana

090 Iranian women’s experiences of the episiotomy consent process: a qualitative study Malihe Ghiasvand, Fatemeh Nahidi, Sedigheh Sedigh Mobarakabadi, Hamid Alavi Majd

104 professional

Involving service users and carers in education

British Journal of Midwifer y, Februar y 2023, Vol 31, No 2


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