The Practising Midwife (UK) has published a review of the book New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives, written from research carried out by this COST Action.
Information about the review was posted on a Bournemouth University research blog, which you can read here.
Or you can read the blog, reproduced by kind permission, below:
Sometimes we use the BU Research Blog to report on our own research and publications, sometimes post blogs about the works of colleagues. Occasionally we have the pleasure to report on something written about, or in reply to, our own studies. This book review in The Practising Midwife 
falls in the latter category as it reviews our recently published edited volume New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives
. This volume is edited by academic from across the varies countries 
. The book is the result of years of comparative international research, funded by the EU (European Union) through its COST Action. The book sets out to generate the best possible evidence across a range of childbirth practices, contexts, and issues in Europe (and beyond).
Professor Edwin van Teijlingen, Centre for Midwifery, Maternal & Perinatal Health