Photo Album Issue 128
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Midwifery & Childbirth News
Issue 128, Labor Complications
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Media Review Issue 128. Giving Birth in America, Why Induction Matters, Inducing Labor: Making Informed Decisions, 2nd ed, The National Heirloom Expo. Read more…. Media Reviews: Issue 128
Burnout is a well-known pitfall among midwives. Murray discusses the midwife shortage and ways to avoid burnout among those who choose this profession.
Women who are giving birth need to be aware of all the effects that induction may have on them and their babies. This article addresses the question: Can I have a natural placental birth after induction?
This article focuses on compassionately dealing with women who are seen in the emergency department for a pregnancy loss.
In Nigeria we have many different ethnic groups and tribes, and each has their birth traditions and rituals.
Many cultures around the world observe specific postpartum rituals and practices. Midwives’ understanding of traditional postpartum practices can inform the provision of culturally competent perinatal services.
One of the most popular and cherished Egyptian celebrations is the celebration for welcoming babies into the world, the Sebou’. It is a tradition that dates back to ancient Egypt.
This frequent contributor shares the variety of breech births that she has been a part of.
A philosophical piece on the innate ability to give birth.