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For many years now, midwives have been voicing concerns about the dehumanisation of women's birth experiences. This, in turn, has led to calls for a return to continuous, one‐to‐one support for women during labour. Yet, whilst many midwives instinctively agree with this concept, the term one-to-one care lacks a clear definition and its multiple meanings make policy development and consistently high-quality research difficult to achieve.
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