McHugh, N. (2008). The Independent Midwife. In R. Mander, & V. Fleming (Eds.), Becoming a Midwife, 154-166. Routledge
An account of independent midwifery practice
McHugh, N. (2006). Blue Moons and Wise Hands: Birth Knowledge and Meaningful Midwifery. In L. Davies (Ed.), The Art and Soul of Midwifery: Creativity in Practice, Education and Research, 111-122. Churchill Livingstone: Elsevier
The importance of storytelling for reflective midwifery practice
McHugh, N. (2003). Telling the Tales and Stirring the Tea. In Wickham, S. (Ed.). Midwifery Best Practice, 87-93. Books for Midwives. ISBN 075068805X
The impact of storytelling in midwifery and childbirth.
McHugh, N. (2002). Giving birth to participation: are women empowered within the maternity services?. In J. Dooher, & R. Byrt (Eds.), Empowerment and the Recipients of Care, 60-76. Quay: Mark Allen Publishing Ltd
Maternity Service provision and the experiences of pregnant women.
Littlewood, J., & McHugh, N. (1996). Postnatal depression and maternal distress: the myth of the Madonna. Macmillan
Written by a social psychologist and a midwife, this book moves beyond the conventional 'medical' approach to emotional problems following childbirth. It examines the range of...
McHugh, N. (1996). The RADS are coming!. In M. Jowitt, & M. Cronk (Eds.), Radical Midwifery, 110-110. Orphans Press
Brief account of the meaning of radical midwifery celebrating 21 years of the Association of Radical Midwives
Littlewood, J., & McHugh, N. (1996). Childbirth as a Rite of Passage: the Myth of Madonna. In Maternal Distress and Postnatal Depression, 89--104. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-1-349-13755-8_6
This chapter is concerned with the extent to which postnatal depression and maternal distress may be regarded as occurring cross-culturally. Consequently, the first part of th...