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Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Midwives work with medical staff to support childbearing women and their families. They help to provide antenatal and postnatal advice through monitoring pregnant women with screening tests and recording patient samples. They help to provide emotional and psychological support to families in circumstances like miscarriage, stillbirth or termination. They administer both medications and injections during labour and perform other treatments when directed by other medical specialists.