Midwifery Today Issue 73

Issue 73

Spring 2005

Midwifery Today Issue 73Theme: Changing Protocols

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  • Poetry
  • From the Editor
  • Networking
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Question of the Quarter
  • Marion’s Message
  • Media Reviews
  • News
  • Classified Advertising
  • Calendar
  • Photo Album
  • Protocols: Finding the Balance—Jill Cohen
  • Protocols vs. GuidelinesSuzanne Hope Suarez
  • Can the Art of Midwifery Survive Protocols?—Michel Odent
  • Protocols—Jennifer Hall
  • The Challenge of Doing NothingKatherine Jensen
  • Jasmine’s Story: What Are the Limits of “Normal Birth”?—Carol Gray and Beth Yohalem-Ilsley
  • The Air We Breathe —Oxygen: Tradition and Heresy?—Gail Hart
  • Problematizing Choice in the Elective Cesarean Debate—Lisa Weeks
  • The New Kid on the Block: 30 Years and Growing—Wintergreen
  • Jeannine Parvati Baker—Gloria Lemay and Verena Schmid
  • Screening Tests: Not Worth Triple the Trouble—Denise Punger
  • Belly Dance and Birth—Cathy Moore
  • Antiretroviral Basics—Nancy Miller
  • Metamorphosis—Nancy Miller
  • The Blessing of a Blessingway—Alison Bastien
  • Having Ahna at Home—Heather Rader
  • The Bristol Third-Stage Trial—John Stevenson
  • The Business of Midwifery: Contracting—Linda Leiberman

International Midwife

  • Cards & Letters
  • Antonina Sánchez Méndez—Sarah Proechel
  • Mary’s Quilt—Robin Lim
  • Birth and Death in Yayasan Bumi Sehat, Bali—Robin Lim
  • A Progressive Midwife in Nazareth—Michele Klein
  • Hari’s Birth—Apeetha Arunagiri

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