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By Robin J. Evans RN PhD PNC(C), Marilyn K. Evans RN MN PhD, Yvonne M.R. Brown RN MCEd, Susan A. Orshan PhD RN BC

This new name covers maternity and child themes with an emphasis on women's wellbeing and fitness around the lifespan. content material is concentrated solely at the perform criteria and priorities constructed through the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada. particular good points contain an exam of aboriginal populations, bicultural background, and data at the Canadian healthcare procedure, together with the Canada wellbeing and fitness Act. accomplished studying aids are integrated to aid scholars grasp and follow very important material.

A better half web site comprises magazine articles, monographs on quite often pharmaceuticals, and movies on key subject matters in maternity nursing.

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Examine the Canada Health Act and health care coverage for women in Canada. ● Explore the significance of critical thinking in nursing, particularly related to addressing women’s reproductive and sexual concerns. ● Discuss the role of ethics and ethical decision making in women’s health nursing. ● Evaluate the significance of informed consent in practice and research. ● Identify procedures and problems for which informed consent is needed when working with women. ● Explore the role of nursing in women’s health research.

6 years in the 1960s (Statistics Canada, 2006a, 2007d). 7%) of births to Canadian women in their 30s were first births (Statistics Canada, 2006a). 1 (Wadhera, 1989). 49 in 2000 (Payne, 2003). 61 (Index Mundi, 2007). Fertility rates for Aboriginal women are higher than the overall Canadian rate, although the birth rate has declined from four times the Canadian rate in the 1960s to one-and-a-half times in 2001 (Statistics Canada, 2003a, p. 5). In immigrant women, fertility rates tend to decline soon after they move to Canada, and the longer they stay, the more closely their fertility rates resemble those of Canadian-born women (Statistics Canada, 2003b).

In 2006, women accounted for 47% of the workforce, and 58% of all women over the age of 15 were employed, almost double the employment rate in 1976 (Statistics Canada, 2007j). Employment rates correlate with level of education: 69–75% of women with a completed degree or certificate were employed, whereas only 38% of women who had not completed high school were employed. Although women with children living at home were less likely to be employed than women without children, 73% were engaged in paid work, up from 39% in 1976.

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