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Bridging midwifery borders
Origins of nurse-midwifery in the United States and its expansion in the 1940s
The CDC 2002 guidelines for the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases - implications for women’s health care
Scharbo-DeHaan, M.; Anderson, D.G.
Reducing genital tract trauma at birth - launching a clinical trial in midwifery
Obstetric triage revisited - update on non-obstetric surgical conditions in pregnancy
One-to-one midwifery - restoring the “with woman” relationship in midwifery
On the road to collaboration - nurses and newly regulated midwives in British Columbia, Canada
Kornelsen, J.; Dahinten, V.S.; Carty, E.
New directions in midwifery education - the master’s of science in midwifery degree
Farley, C.; Carr, K.C.
An evaluation of process and protocols for planned home birth attended by regulated midwives in British Columbia
Janssen, P.A.; Lee, S.K.; Ryan, E.R.; Saxell, L.
Severe gestational edema
Resources for evidence-based practice
Share with women - Sexually transmitted diseases
Share with women - Osteoporosis
Family practice obstetrics, 2nd ed - By Stephen Ratcliffe, Elizabeth Baxley, Janis Byrd, and Ellen Sakornbut. Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus, 2001. 672 pages. $55.00, softcover
Reclaiming breastfeeding for the United States - Karin Cadwell. Sudbury: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2002. 204 pages. $39.95, softcover
Safe prescribing practices in pregnancy and lactation
Into the hands of a midwife
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