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Nursing Problems / Problemy Pielęgniarstwa
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1/2013
vol. 21
 
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Review paper

Midwives in the United Europe

Grażyna Iwanowicz-Palus
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Agnieszka Bień
,
Ewa Golonka

Online publish date: 2013/03/28
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The midwife is a person who after the formal acceptance into the program of study in the field of obstetrics approved by authorities of the
Member State of the European Union, successfully completed a series of vocational training in midwifery and has received appropriate
qualifications, making her eligible to register obstetric practice and/or providing the right to exercise profession. Within the European Union
the issue of access to practice as a midwife is subject to harmonization in range that is necessary for the free flow of persons and services
within the common market pursuant to the provisions of the Treaty establishing the European Community. For professionals this system
means full freedom of movement between member states, freedom to practice a profession or to undertake activities.
Nursing Topics 2013; 21 (1): 117–122
keywords:

midwife; legislation; European Union

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