The Future of Midwifery Education

To have a meaningful discussion about the future of midwifery education, we must consider the question: what is a midwife? To understand what a midwife is we need to ask ourselves some other important questions. First, who created midwifery? Second, what do midwives do? And finally, the most important question of all: exactly who “owns” human reproduction? Only after we answer these important questions can we start to analyze and develop a plan to educate the midwives of the future and begin to truly address the huge crisis we have in maternal and child health care today.
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About Author: Deb Puterbaugh

Deb Newberry-Puterbaugh, LM, CPM, is a women, daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, childbirth educator, doula, midwife, and community organizer. Deb has spent her adult life dedicated to personal growth, women’s empowerment, and cultural change. She is a midwife educator. www.femininechange.com www.birthwiifm.com, LM, CPM, is a women, daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, childbirth educator, doula, midwife, and community organizer. Deb has spent her adult life dedicated to personal growth, women’s empowerment, and cultural change. She is a midwife educator. www.femininechange.com www.birthwiifm.com

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