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Editorial Board

Tom McEwan Head of Programme and Principal Educator, NHS Education for Scotland

Sadie Geraghty Professor of Midwifer y, University of Notre Dame, Australia

Dr Cathy Hamilton Associate Dean, Academic Quality Assurance Practice Enhancement, School of Health and Social Work, University of Her tfordshire

Alison Power Associate Professor (Learning and Teaching), Faculty Lead for Interprofessional Learning, Education and Collaborative Practice, Senior Lecturer in Midwifer y, University of Nor thampton

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

Claire Leader Assistant Professor, Depar tment of Nursing, Midwifer y and Health, Nor thumbria University

Ellen Kitson-Reynolds Deputy Head of School Education, Principal Teaching Fellow, Lead Midwife for Education, Principal Fellow HEA, Professional Midwifer y Advocate, University of Southampton

Dr Gail Norris Associate Professor of Midwifer y, Head of International and Student Recruitment, Senior Teaching Fellow, Edinburgh Napier University 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.

Editoria l 057 Exciting announcements for the coming months Suzannah Allkins

Research 058 The influence of ethnicity on assessments and academic progression in a midwifery degree Shauna Gnanapragasam

066 Postpartum depression: combining a mobile application with recititations from the Holy Quran in Indonesia Lutfatul Latifah, Mekar Dwi Anggraeni, Hasby Pri Choiruna

077 Pregnant women's perceptions of daily iron supplementation in rural Ghana Listowel Ferka, Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme, Naomi Kyeremaa Yeboa, Isaac Kwaku Adu

February 2024 Volume 32 Number 2

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How pathologisation can af fect care

077 research

Views on daily iron supplements

Literature review 088 Perinatal outcomes in persistent occiput posterior fetal position: a systematic review and meta-analysis Elisa Giallongo, Angela C Webster

Professional 098 Risk assessments and ethnicity in maternity care: looking through the wrong end of the telescope? Anna Melamed

Comment 106 Second UK conviction for FGM

Juliet Alber t

108 Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy

George F Winter

British Journal of Midwifer y, Februar y 2024, Vol 32, No 2


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