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Abuse to Midwives

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Steven Dampier

on 11 November 2015

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Transcript of Abuse to Midwives

When someone is in labour there is always more than one midwife in the room for health and safety reasons. For example, if someone was to start abusing one of the midwifes the other midwife would be a witness if a statement was to be made.
What are midwives?
A person, typically a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth.
Verbal Abuse
When a woman is in labour or general pain, she may swear a lot and verbally abuse the midwife. Although this is not directed towards the midwife, it is still abuse.
They are here to help you!
Midwifes should be respected because they help deliver your baby into the world.
They do what ever they can to make the patient feel comfortable.
They make sure your baby is safe to be delivered; after the baby has been born the midwifes let you rest while they help look after your baby.
Confidentiality
Discrimination
If a midwife is diverse from the service user, (e.g. different race or sexuality) the service user may refuse their help. This may upset the midwife because they just want to help you deliver the greatest gift. If someone refuses their help they may feel useless and their confidence may decrease.
Abuse towards Midwives
Megan and Tyler
Being a
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