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The Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health celebrating its heritage-forging its future
A model of exemplary midwifery practice: results of a Delphi study
Powell Kennedy, H.
Midwifery care research: what questions are being asked? what lessons have been learned?
A comparison of visits and practices of nurse-midwives and obstetrician-gynecologists in ambulatory care settings
Paine, L.L.; Johnson, T.R.B.; Lang, J.M.; Gagnon, D.; declercq, E.R.; deJoseph, J.; Scupholme, A.; Strobino, D.; Ross, A.
Integrating qualified nurses and non-nurses in midwifery education: the two-year experience of an ACNM DOA accredited program
Fullerton, J.T.; Shah, M.A.; Schechter, S.; Muller, J.H.; Burgin, K.
Health problems after childbirth
Umbilical cord clamping: beliefs and practices of American nurse-midwives
Mercer, J.S.; Nelson, C.C.; Skovgaard, R.L.; Chern-Hughes, B.
The length of the second stage of labor in uncomplicated, nulliparous African American and Puerto Rican women1
Diegmann, E.K.; Andrews, C.M.; Niemczura, C.A.; Barger, M.
Meeting women's health needs in Yemen: a midwifery perspective
Penney, D.S.; Raisler, J.
Considering technology: living and working in a technocratic society
Midwives as primary care providers