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EDITORIAL Advancing attitudes towards maternal age Madeleine Murphy 681
BIRTHWRITE From medicalisation to humanisation Lesley Page 682
COMMENT Alcohol, pregnancy and the precautionary principle George Winter
Optimum care for disabled women Madeleine Murphy 686
Working to put clean water at the heart of health care Kate Norgrove 689
REVALIDATION Personal reflection: A midwifery educator’s revalidation experience Elinor Clarke 691
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CLINICAL PRACTICE What should midwives know about Zika virus infection? Cristina Fernandez Turienzo and Michael Brown 694
SERVICE AUDIT Choice of planned place of birth for women with diet-controlled gestational diabetes mellitus Anna Maria Brown, Devannas Rajeswari and Angie Bowles 702
PROFESSIONAL Being ‘with woman’ in contemporary midwifery practice: One Trust’s response to the Francis report Alison Power, Sue Davidson and Kathy Patrick 711
British Journal of Midwifery • October 2016 • Vol 24, No 10
Volume 24 Number 10
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What should midwives know about Zika? 694
RESEARCH Experiences of student midwives in the care of women with perinatal loss: A qualitative descriptive study Reem Alghamdi and Patricia Jarrett 715
LITERATURE REVIEW Should midwives consider associated psychological factors when caring for women who are obese? Maureen Wahedi 724
EDUCATION Getting to grips with Statistics: Understanding variables Malcolm Campbell 738
LEGAL Records: What to include Richard Griffith
BOOK REVIEW Launching Your Career in Nursing and Midwifery: A Practical Guide Sue Pope 747
MIDWIFE BLOG Investigating stillbirths Sophie Windsor
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