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A Short History of Midwifery - "Well-behaved women rarely make
history." (Laurel Thatcher Ulrich) from MidWifeInfo.com.
of Black Midwives - Long ago, and
in many parts of Africa today, midwives were revered, loved and depended
on by the entire village.
History of Midwifery in the US
- Today there are more than 7,000 Certified Nurse-Midwives in the United
States who attend approximately 200,000 births annually, primarily in
hospitals. They work in a variety of practices, including solo and group
midwifery practices with physicians, HMOs, rural and urban areas among
private and public clients.
History of Nursing and
Midwifery Home Page - Nursing and Midwifery History UK. Here you will find links, papers, graphics, references and other valuable information.
Midwives and Maternity Care In The Roman World*, Valerie French
History and Future of Birth - Giving midwives an academic advantage
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