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Birthing autonomy

women"s experiences of planning home births

by Nadine Pilley Edwards

  • 154 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Routledge in Milton Park Oxfordshire, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.,
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Childbirth at home -- Great Britain,
    • Home Childbirth -- England,
    • Feminism -- England,
    • Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice -- England,
    • Midwifery -- England,
    • Women"s Rights -- England

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementNadine Pilley Edwards.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRG661.5 .E39 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3393020M
      ISBN 100415354080, 0415354099
      LC Control Number2005002812

      The 8th amendment directly impacts our rights to full bodily autonomy, decision making, the right to consent and decline. Is it any wonder that women don't have choices available to them in how they birth, or the pain relief available to them - like the options of a birthing ers: K. Ina May has done the world a great service by writing this book - it is so full of the brand of women's wisdom that is so sorely lacking and so very desperately needed. Birthing Autonomy. Women's experiences of planning home births by Nadine Pilley Edwards. Routledge Reviewed by Jean Robinson, AIMS Research Officer.

      Birthing a Slave PErMWGzHpcAC By:"Marie Jenkins Schwartz" "History" Published on by Harvard University Press. Depicting the competing approaches to reproductive health that evolved on plantations, as both black women and white men sought to enhance the health of enslaved mothers, this book focuses on the health care of enslaved women. Ms. Schreiber ended her book with the integration of Shirley’s alternates in My book starts there and continues Shirley’s journey until death claimed her in It was a grueling process from my book’s conception, through the labor, to imminent birth. As I approached the end, after nine years, I just wanted the darn thing out there.

      Only women with low-risk pregnancies are eligible for birth centers. Birth center providers can't induce labor, use a vacuum or forceps for delivery, or perform C-sections, so moms-to-be who have. Childbirth, also known as labour and delivery, is the ending of pregnancy where one or more babies leaves the uterus by passing through the vagina or by Caesarean section. In , there were about million births globally. About 15 million were born before 37 weeks of gestation, while between 3 and 12 percent were born after 42 weeks. In the developed world most deliveries occur in Causes: Pregnancy.


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It provides an in-depth exploration of how women make decisions about home births and what aspects matter most to them. Comparing how differently the pros and cons of home births are constructed and Cited by: Book Chapters. Edwards NP (Forthcoming). The Trauma women experience as a result of our current maternity services in Edwards NP, Mander R, Murphy Lawless J (eds) Birthing autonomy book the Maternity Crisis: Action for Change.

‘Birthing Autonomy: Women’s Experiences of Planning Home Births. It is this connection between personhood and autonomy,7 that brings birth practices to the very heart of feminist theorizing. This connection also explains why a book about a small group of women planning home births has profound implications for women and midwives in hospital situations.

Birthing Autonomy brings some balance to the difficult arguments that arise from debates about home births, and focuses on women’s views and their experiences of planning home births.

It provides an in-depth exploration of how women make decisions about home births and what aspects matter most to them. Comparing how differently the pros and cons of home births are constructed and Brand: Taylor And Francis. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Birthing Autonomy at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.3/5.

Editions for Birthing Autonomy: Women's Experiences of Planning Home Births: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ). IN HER BOOK, Birthing Autonomy: Women’s Experiences of Planning Home Births, Nadine Edwards brings some balance to the difficult arguments that arise from debates about home births, and focuses on women’s views and their experiences of planning home provides an in-depth exploration of how women make decisions about home births and what aspects matter most to them.

Feminist bioethicists have argued that autonomy requires that patients both trust those who participate in their decision-making and trust their own judgment and capacities, 26 that they have the ability to critically interrogate their own values and preferences, as well as the expertise of others, 27 and that autonomy is a relational feature Cited by: Nadine Pilley Edwards' () research, Birthing Autonomy: Women's Experiences of Planning Home Births, forced me to think more deeply about these issues and about two more that are intimately intertwined with choice, autonomy, and decision-making: the influence of trusting relationships and safety concerns.

Here is what I by: Choice, Autonomy, and Childbirth Education Article in Journal of Perinatal Education 17(1) February with 82 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Judith Lothian.

Get this from a library. Birthing autonomy: women's experiences of planning home births. [Nadine Pilley Edwards] -- An in-depth exploration of how women make decisions about home births and what aspects matter most to them. The book compares how differently the pros and cons of home births are constructed and.

Birthing autonomy: women's experiences of planning home births. [Nadine Pilley Edwards] 'If you've felt disempowered by the birthing profession in your choice to home birth, you'll no doubt find a great ally in this book' - The Mother.

User-contributed reviews. Birthing Instincts and Dr. Stuart Fischbein aim to teach, speak and write about the normalcy of birth choices. A long time outspoken advocate of a woman's' right to informed consent and refusal and the exercise of her free will, Dr.

Fischbein believes in the ethics of respecting a woman's autonomy in decision making and reasonable, evidence supported options of selected VBAC, breech and twin. Birthing Autonomy brings some balance to the difficult arguments that arise from debates about home births, and focuses on women's views and their experiences of planning home births.

Baby Catcher: Chronicles of a Modern Midwife by Peggy Vincent- A memoir of a midwife who has delivered hundreds of babies. Some very touching birth stories and some great info mixed in. The Birth Partner by Penny Simkin- A great resource for moms, dads, labor coaches, doulas, etc.

Make your husband and birth team read this book (so they won’t say things like “ssshhhh it’s ok, don’t. Book a Consultation Hey, I’m Jordanne, a wife, mother to three and a passionate advocate for women. While I believe giving birth to three children has equipped me with more knowledge about this area of life; my biggest take away has been realizing how different.

This is the wrong assumption. This book is about the decision-making process for ALL birthing women, and the intricacies of aligning their own personal experiences of body autonomy, including previous births, a loss of control, sexual abuse, and other physical trauma, with their current journey.

This is a book that I had to read over time.Insight and practical strategies are shared by doctors, midwives, lawyers, anthropologists, sociologists and psychologists on how to manage the tension between professional obligations and women’s right to bodily autonomy.

This book, the first of its kind, is an important contribution to considerations of place of birth and human rights in.

Autonomy is just one side of the birthing coin. Some people feel more comfortable handing over control to someone else. Hopefully, as people begin to trust birth and their bodies more -- and we get away from the misconceptions that are thrust upon us -- .