When should prenatal care start? What should it look like? How much should it cost? Most importantly, but often overlooked: Who should be doing it? These questions, frequently asked by pregnant women, have no pat answers.
Midwifery Today Issue 124, Winter 2017 Theme: Prenatal Care “Prenatal Care” is an essential component of the relationship between a midwife and mother-to-be. This issue looks at it from various angles, covering prenatal yoga, safe herbs, providing care in a low-resource country and in “plain communities,” as well focusing on what women want. We have… Read more…. Issue 124
Continuity of carer is key to a normal, physiological, and empowered birth. Midwifery is about relationship which develops in the course of prenatal care. Read more…. Prenatal Care
One might argue that prenatal care is necessary for critically evaluating overall health status, charting vital signs on an ongoing basis, and making sure all essential laboratory tests are performed during pregnancy.
Midwifery Today E-News, November 8, 2017 • Volume 19, Issue 23 Read more…. Prenatal Care
What is a professional? How do we become professionals who serve women instead of ourselves? Is it possible? Read more…. Professional?