Midwives’ engagement in smoking- and alcohol-prevention in prenatal care before and after the introduction of practice guidelines in Switzerland: comparison of survey findings from 2008 and 2018

Lemola, S., Gkiouleka, A., Urfer-Maurer, N. et al. Midwives’ engagement in smoking- and alcohol-prevention in prenatal care before and after the introduction of practice guidelines in Switzerland:

‘Mixed messaging’ around drinking alcohol while pregnant, says RCM

The Royal College of Midwives has warned of ‘mixed messaging’ after a study revealed that midwives are giving different advice around alcohol consumption during pregnancy.   One

Midwives and nurse-midwives may underestimate the dangers of prenatal alcohol use

IMAGE: THIS IS DR. JOHN HANNIGAN, PROFESSOR, MERRILL PALMER SKILLMAN INSTITUTE, WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY. view more  CREDIT: WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY DETROIT – Alcohol use during pregnancy can have

Midwives’ knowledge, attitudes and practice about alcohol

Midwives are an influential profession and a key group in informing women about alcohol consumption in pregnancy and its consequences. There are no current quantitative