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TEACHING AIDS FOR NURSE-MIDWIFERY EDUCATION

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  • Mary Ann Rhode C.N.M., M.S.,

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    1. Mary Ann Rhode received her Masters in Nursing from Columbia University. She taught in the graduate Nurse-Midwifery Program at the University of Utah for four years. Presently she is on the faculty of the University of California San Diego Nurse-Midwifery Program.
    • Address correspondence to: Ms. Mary Anne Rhode, 302 Arbor Drive, San Diego, California 92103.

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  • Tyrrel Boehme C.N.M., M.S.,

    1. Tyrrel Boehme received her Masters in Nursing from the University of Utah. She is on the faculty of the University of Utah graduate Nurse-Midwifery Program and also has a private nurse-midwifery practice.
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  • Cynthia Tomsu Hames C.N.M., M.S.

    1. Cynthia Tomsu Hames received her Masters in Nursing from the University of Utah. Currently, she is clinical nursing specialist in labor and delivery at the University of Utah Medical Center and is on the faculty of the University of Utah graduate Nurse-Midwifery Program.
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ABSTRACT

Simulated learning situations using models and visual aids can provide more efficient use of available teaching time and more complete conceptualization of manual skills by nurse-midwifery students. Five inexpensive teaching aids with directions for each are presented. Further sharing of teaching aids between nurse-midwifery programs is encouraged.

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