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Midwife as metaphor
Newborn hearing screening update for midwifery practice
Charges for maternity services: associations with provider type and payer source in a university teaching hospital
The American College of Nurse-midwives' domestic violence education project: evaluation and results*
Paluzzi, P.; Gaffikin, L.; Nanda, J.
Trusting women: essential to midwifery
The circle of safety: a tool for clinical preceptors
Varney Burst, H.
Report from Nicaragua: midwifery and structural adjustment
Chesley's hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. Second edition. Edited by Marshall D. Lindheimer, James M. Roberts, and F. Gary Cunningham. Stamford (CT): Appleton & Lange, 1999. 654 pages, $135.00, hardcover
Celebrating menopause. Produced by Wellspring Media, Inc., 419 Park Avenue South, New York, New York, 10016. www.wellmedia.com. 1999. VHS, color, 50 minutes, $24.98
E*T*C: eating, teens & calcium. Produced by Susan Gins, MS, CN (1997). Distributed by Injoy Productions, 3970 Broadway, Suite B4, Boulder, CO, 80304. VHS tape, color, sound, 10 minutes, $89.95
Voices: the reality of early childbearing-transcending the myths. Produced by Mary Jo Podgurski, RNC, MA, MA, FACCE, for The Academy of Adolescent Health, Inc (1998). Distributed by Injoy Productions, 3970 Broadway, Suite B4, Boulder, CO, 80304. VHS tape, color, sound, 25 minutes, $89.95
Life in the womb: the origin of health and disease. By Peter W. Nathanielsz. Ithaca: Promethean Press, 1999. 363 pages. $27.50, hardcover
What's going on in there? By Lise Eliot. New York: Bantam Books, 1999. 533 pages, $26.95, hardcover
Reading birth and death: a history of obstetric thinking. By Jo Murphy-Lawless. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1998. 352 pages, $19.95 paperback
Birth as a healing experience: the emotional journey of pregnancy through postpartum. By Lois Halzel Freedman. New York: Harrington Park Press, 1999. 117 pages, $14.95, softcover
Reynolds Small Doctoral Candidate, Y.V.
Letters to the editor