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Encompassing the entire scope of the practice of midwifery, this new edition has been extensively revised and updated to reflect the full scope of current midwifery practice.
Hardcover, Fourth Edition, 1386 pages
Published May 29th 2003 by Jones & Bartlett Publishers
(first published January 1st 1997)
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Well, I didn't read this thing from cover to cover, but since it is a text-book I have used extensively, I believe it counts! I like using Varney to study medical numbers such as Vital Signs information, normal procedure and so on - but for a midwife in training, I didn't get much of the 'hands off' approach of midwifery from Helen. But hey, 4 stars for the facts of normal procedure studies! :)
This is the only textbook I've ever read cover to cover, and it's brilliant! Does not read like a textbook but a way of life (pun intended). I was also fortunate enough to get mine signed, with the words "With all best wishes as you become an awesome midwife!" I heart you, Ms. Varney