Midwifery Today Issue 70

Issue 70

Summer 2004

Midwifery Today Issue 70Theme: Hands-On Care

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  • From the Editor
  • Poetry
  • Networking
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Marion’s Message
  • Question of the Quarter
  • Media Reviews
  • News
  • Classified Advertising
  • Calendar
  • Photo Album


  • Teaching Respect for Hands-On CareIna May Gaskin
  • The Primal Touch of BirthKara Maria Ananda
  • Hands-On Care—Jill Cohen
  • Midwives: Creators of Community—Alison Bastien
  • Extra Special Care for Birthing Women who happen to be HIV-positive—Nancy Miller
  • What More Can We Do About HIV?—Nancy Miller
  • Raven Lang—Dina Davidson
  • Traditional Midwifery—Alison Bastien
  • So, You Want a License, Eh?—Carol Gautschi
  • The Business of Midwifery—Linda Lieberman
  • Library Displays Spread the Word about Midwives—Karen E. Wallace
  • Bonding—Sarojni Mehta-Lissak
  • The Many Ways to Sew Up a Uterus—Judy Slome Cohain
  • ICP–the Mystery Itch—Sara Rea
  • A Candle—Laine Holman
  • Bearer of Light–Homeopathic Phosphorus—Peggy Sawyer

International Midwife

  • A Trip to the Tropics
  • Cards & Letters
  • Is There A Balance?—Kelly L. Holder
  • Giving Birth and Being Born in Water—Albin Th öni
  • Waterbirth—Cornelia Enning
  • Hands of life—Jennifer Hall
  • Preserving Traditional Midwifery Around the World—Maria Fannin
  • Interviews with Maiden Midwives—Mary Kroeger
  • The Cord and the Strength of Life—Marina Alzugaray
  • El Cordón y la fuerza de la vida—Algo ExtraordinarioMarina Alzugaray
  • Mercy In Action—Vicki Penwell

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