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A doula and expectant mother’s view of birth is forever changed when she sees a midwife simply place a newly born child below her mother at the moment of birth. The pause that the mother experiences in this moment as she studies, touches, and claims her child prompts the author to reflect in this guest editorial on ways we might be disturbing the natural sequence of birth as we deliver babies directly to their mothers’ chests.
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Keywords: birth satisfaction; doulas; midwifery care; natural birth; normal birth

Document Type: Guest Editorial

Publication date: 01 January 2011

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