I was talking with another nurse practitioner (yes, I am actually a nurse practitioner now!!!) about what I would do with my midwifery training.  I’ve decided to pursue a PhD, which means I am pretty sure I’ll never work as a baby catcher.  I knew this, and accepted the possibility when I applied for the PhD program. But, as I explained to her, midwifery isn’t just about catching babies because women are more than a uterus. But I also trained in family practice, which means I can help identify an illness or treat a chronic condition.  In the real world, these two disciplines overlap.  PregnantRead More →