Flexible working and work-life balance: Midwives’ experiences and views

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Prowse, Julie; Prowse, Peter;
(2015)

This article presents midwives’ views and experiences of flexible working and work–life balance. Both flexible working and work–life balance are important contemporary agendas within midwifery and can have both positive and negative consequences for midwives. Full-time ... View more
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