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By Sarah Robinson, Ann M. Thomson

A part of a chain, quantity four comprises extra midwifery examine for the sequence. This quantity comprises papers at the choice and schooling of midwives, and may be of curiosity to scholar and certified midwives and obstetricians.

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Numerical coding was applied so that a computerized data retrieval system could be used to facilitate analysis. The negotiated role of the midwife in Scotland 37 The interview study The research design entailed interviewing all the midwives who had been observed, with the aim of obtaining their perceptions of, and reactions to, their role and level of responsibility as already observed by the researchers. Consequently the interviews were carried out towards the end of the fieldwork period in each setting.

XVII(203), 169-70. Nursing Notes (1906) The nurse and midwife as citizen. XIX(228), 173. Nursing Notes (1908a) The penal ising of motherhood. XXI(244), 73. Nursing Notes (l908b) Mothers and the State. ) XXI(245). Nursing Notes (1908c) Votes for women: why we ask for them. XXI(247), 13R. Nursing Notes (l909a) Northern midwives' meeting. XXII(259). Nursing Notes (l909b) Midwife Notes: Central Midwives Board. XXII(264), 242-3. Nursing Notes (1909c) Linking up. XXII(264), 235. Nursing Notes (19\Oa) Union of Midwives.

Large associations which were already in existence, such as Liverpool with 120 members, were asked to affiliate, but it was more usual for organizers from the Institute to take the initiative in contacting potential local sympathizers and in setting up and speaking at inaugural meetings. In September 1910, for example, Mrs Glanville held a successful meeting in Nottingham with 150 in the audience, and 60 midwives agreed to form an association. She then travelled to Stafford where the Medical Officer of Health, George Reid, offered to help set up a local group (Nursing Notes, 1914).

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