- Trusting enough to be out of control: a pilot study of women's sense of self during childbirthJenny Parratt
University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Midwifery 16:15-22. 2003..Results illustrate how women are more likely to trust enough to let go of mind control and release control of their bodies when supported within a midwifery model rather than when cared for in the medical model...
- Midwifery students' evaluation of team-based academic assignments involving peer-markingJenny A Parratt
School of Health and Human Sciences, Southern Cross University, Locked Mail Bag 4, Coolangatta, QLD 4225, Australia Electronic address
Women Birth 27:58-63. 2014..Despite Australian and International regulatory requirements that all midwifery graduates are competent in teamwork, the systematic teaching and assessment of teamwork skills is lacking in higher education...
- Including the nonrational is sensible midwiferyJenny A Parratt
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle, University Drive, Callaghan, NSW, Australia
Women Birth 21:37-42. 2008..The inclusion of women's and midwives'nonrational ways of knowing in childbearing situations opens us up to knowledge and power that provides for a more complete, and therefore a more optimal, decision-making process...