Women's Health: A Core Curriculum

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Elsevier Australia, 2005 - Medical - 297 pages
Women's Health: A Core Curriculum has been written to integrally link with the Women's Health Collaborative Core Curriculum being implemented in medical schools across Australia and New Zealand. The structure of the text closely follows that of the curriculum, available at www.whccc.org, and the aims, objectives and stated outcomes of each chapter in the text are aligned to the overall aims and objectives for each unit within the curriculum. The contributor team includes authors of the curriculum, and is an integral resource for the Women's Health component of all undergraduate and post-graduate entry medical degrees as well as student and practising midwives and other health professionals. Contributors include obstetricians, gynaecologists, nurses, midwives and other health professionals from medical schools and major teaching hospitals across Australia and New Zealand.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Medical disorders in pregnancy
9
Vaginal discharge
13
Edited by Lucy Bowyer
33
Sexually transmitted infections
39
Pelvic poinlan Jones
49
Contraception
55
Hedlth education before cand
63
Maternal perindfal mortality
139
Edited by Beverley Vollenhoven and Martha Finn
145
puerperium
187
terminotion
217
The menopduse dnd beyond
235
Postmenopousal bleeding Paul Duggan
243
Principles of operative
249
Concer of the ovary Marc JNC Keirse
270

Edited by Sandra Carr
73
Mortho Finn
84
Assessment of fetal wellbeing
95
Infections in pregnancy
125
Preterm birth
133
Women and society
277
Index
287
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