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Teaching and Learning Birth

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This guest editorial explores the idea that our worldview, regardless of education, influences our childbirth practices, sometimes interfering with achieving the goals of our discipline. Over time, we have lost our ability to support women through the process of childbirth so that they emerge as strong, healthy women. The high road ahead is to teach everyone, including ourselves, that we need to provide optimal, evidence-based care. Pursuing this path will take courage and commitment.
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Keywords: beliefs about birth; childbirth; childbirth education; evidence-based maternity care

Document Type: Guest Editorial

Publication date: 2011-01-01

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