In 2006 over 60% of medical graduates in the UK were female, and the number of women going to medical school as 'mature students' is steadily increasing. Most of these women will, at some point, choose to have a baby, but the question always asked is 'How?' Not, of course, from a biological perspective, as doctors are all scientists at heart; but how do to fit it in with a medical career? Along with the problem of finding time to actually have a baby, and copingas a pregnant doctor, there is the problem of finding information when it is most needed. This book addresses this problem, bringing a wealth of information together in one easy-to-use resource. Written by a new mother, who has faced the joys and frustrations of combining medicine and being a mother, this book is a qone stop shopq for all new mothers and mothers to be.Rear-facing car seats can onlybe used in the front seat if any airbag present has been deactivated. To add to your stress, not all car seats fit all cars; you may need to consult your car manufacturer. Britax have devised a web site that allows youanbsp;...
|Title||:||So You Want to be a Medical Mum?|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2008-02-14|