Midwifery Today, Issue 105, Spring 2013


Theme: Hemorrhage

The theme of Midwifery Today Issue 105 is Hemorrhage. Though hemorrhage is commonly thought of as a deadly scourge of developing countries, it is increasingly present within the US. The management of the third stage of labor has had an impact on the occurrence of this potentially life-threatening problem. The pages of this issue are filled with wisdom from some of the most knowledgeable minds on the subject, such as Robin Lim of Indonesia, French obstetrician Michel Odent and midwife Marlene Waechter. You will also enjoy reading midwife Sister MorningStar’s thoughts on midwifery education and an emotionally charged piece written of a midwife’s story of her arrest. As always, we want to thank you for your support of the magazine.

Cover photo by Sophia Williams (sophiabirth.com)
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Midwifery Today

Issue 105, Spring 2013


  • Poetry: Glory by Maddie Leonard-Rose
  • From the Editor by Jan Tritten
    Editor-in-Chief Jan Tritten shares her thoughts on hemorrhage. “The most important thing I can say about hemorrhage is, ‘Don’t cause one.’”
  • Networking by Marion Toepke McLean
    A very useful article that presents poverty as one of the causes of hemorrhage.
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Marion’s Message
  • In My Opinion by Celesta Rannisi
    Author Celesta Rannisi shares her idea that perceives the mother as the passageway for her baby’s journey from Heaven to Earth.
  • Cards and Letters
  • Media Reviews
  • Discussions
  • Classified Advertising
  • Photo Album


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