Midwifery Today, Issue 123, Autumn 2017

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Theme:  Midwifery Education

Are you considering becoming a midwife or already starting down that path? This issue of Midwifery Today will help you think more deeply about your educational path and options. You'll find articles on various programs in the US and abroad from some well-known midwifery educators, such as Elizabeth Davis, Vicky Penwell and Deb Puterbaugh.

You will also be able to read  a great clinical article on first trimester bleeding from Judy Slome Cohain, one on placenta encapsulation by Valerie Coppenrath and a fantastic “Wisdom of the Midwives” column dealing with shoulder dystocia.  Issue 123 also includes our first “Doula Corner,” which recognizes another important member of the birth team.

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Midwifery Today

Issue 123, Autumn 2017

Columns

  • Poetry
  • From the Editor
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Marion’s Message
  • The Doula Corner
  • Wisdom of the Midwives
  • Midwifery & Childbirth News
  • Media Reviews
  • Photo Album
  • Classified Advertising

Features

  • Midwifery Education for Autonomous Practice: The Time Is Now!—Elizabeth Davis
  • Midwifery in the Land of Utopia—Michel Odent
  • The Pivotal Opportunities of the Midwifery Apprenticeship Model—Marcy Andrew
  • Midwifery Apprenticeship in the United Kingdom: Where Homebirth Choice Is Protected as a Human Right—Nikki Williams
  • The Beginnings of a Student Midwife—Brooke Collier
  • The Future of Midwifery Education: Midwives Defining Midwifery—Deb Puterbaugh
  • India’s Fierce Wimyn and You—Sister MorningStar
  • What an Admissions Director Looks for in a Potential Midwifery Student—Kristen Benoit
  • Doulas and Midwives: Transforming the Landscape, Together—Courtney L. Everson and Melissa Cheyney
  • When Grandma Is a Midwife—Marlene Waechter
  • Dar a Luz Honduras—Silvia Bahr
  • Mercy in Action College of Midwifery: The Long Road to Accreditation—Vicki Penwell
  • The Herbal Education of Midwives—Susun Weed
  • Judith Wilks: “The Queen’s Trusty Midwife” (1688–1689)—Jane Beal
  • First Trimester Bleeding Is Common—Judy Slome Cohain
  • My Experience with Placenta Encapsulation—Valerie Coppenrath

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