Have a browse through the galleries below to see what my posters are all about and to determine whether you'd like to consider having any for your own revision!
If you like the look of my posters, feel free to head over to the shop and download them for yourself! Here, you can purchase a scanned, digital copy of my work which you can access on your computer screen or by printing, and this will come in PDF form. To save you shipping costs, I will not be posting hard copies of posters - this should be a lot easier as you can print them at home and at your own leisure! If you decide to purchase a poster, you will receive a link to download the digital product in the Thank You page when checking out. For ease, the best way to view your products will be to create an account where you can view your orders and download from there. You will have up to 30 days to download your posters to your own computer, where they will be yours to keep. If downloading on a phone, best results are found when pressing the image and saving to your files - you can then have your revision in your pocket!
I must state that I cannot guarantee my posters will cover everything you need to know and therefore I cannot be held accountable should topics come up in an exam that I haven't covered. They are simply my interpretation of the topics using textbook and internet sources. I have used these posters as a way of revising myself and just thought it was about time that I shared them with you! I can only cover the topics when I study them at university, which means I will be regularly updating the website with extra posters and paintings. Please get in touch with me if you have a question that needs answering or even if you find an error in my work! With your feedback, I can better my revision and therefore improve both of our understandings. I have provided a reference list for information below, however I have either hand-drawn or painted the diagrams and pictures so these do not require referencing.
If you would like to know more about how the posters originated, please visit
Coad, J. and Dunstall, M. (2011) Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives. 3rd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.
Johnson, R. and Taylor, W. (2016) Skills for Midwifery Practice. 4th edn. Edinburgh: Elsevier.
Marshall, J. and Raynor, M. (2014) Myles Textbook for Midwives. 16th edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.
Medforth, J., Ball, L., Walker, A., Battersby, S. and Stables, S. (2017) Oxford Handbook of Midwifery. 3rd edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Tiran, D. (2012) Bailliere's Midwives' Dictionary. 12th edn. Edinburgh: Bailliere Tindall Elsevier.
Other information derives from University of Suffolk lectures, NICE Guidance, NMC Standards and NMC: The Code.