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Letting others read your drafts

When your job is basically to write, you have to let other people read what you write. This is the worst, and best, part of writing.  This week I had to submit my draft dissertation proposal to two professors and the entire grant mock review committee. I have feedback from the two professors, and I […]

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Shoulder Dystocia Education

Looking for some basic education on shoulder dystocia?  AWHONN has an Shoulder Dystocia Online Product which may fit your needs.  

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Midwifery Students as Volunteer Doulas

The Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health published an article about a program utilizing student nurse-midwives as volunteer doulas.  I’ve seen programs similar to this, using nursing students or midwifery students.  The program in the article combined the use of community doulas and midwifery students. Having run a volunteer doula service myself I’m usually skeptical […]

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Direct Entry Midwifery

Last time we talked about the basics of nurse-midwifery.  Today we will talk about what it means to be a  direct entry midwife. Just like nurse-midwifery, direct entry midwifery is a term that holds many types of training and practice. The term direct entry midwifery is a bit awkward, and probably only exists in the […]

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Nurse Midwifery

As we talk about midwifery education, I wanted to spend some time exploring different ways of categorizing midwives. I have had the opportunity to meet and work with midwives from around the world, and I am always amazed at how these categories do not always mean what I had been trained to think they mean. […]

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Midwifery Regulation

Last week we looked at the International Confederation of Midwives Core Competencies for Midwives and the Educational Standards as documents to help you evaluate your midwifery training options.  Today we will look at the ICM Core Documents on Midwifery Regulation as the final triad to helping us understand the unique challenges of midwifery in your […]

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Midwifery School Isn’t Perfect

Last week,   At Your Cervix wrote an interesting post about the things she wishes she had learned in Midwifery School. A great read for anyone still in school, or planning to attend school soon.  Why?  Because it can help you focus time on learning these things. I add extra agreement to points 2 and […]

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May 25th, 2014 Training

The bonus of semesters

I have less than a week remaining in my first year as a doctoral student. That means this is a busier than normal week, but a wonderful break is ahead.  It occurred to me this morning how helpful the semester system is, so I wanted to share a few thoughts with those of you whose […]

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Apr 28th, 2014 Training

Self-Study for Vaginitis

Looking for an interesting self-study program during the holiday break?  Here is one from the CDC on vaginitis.  It is such a common issue for women, midwives need to understand the condition. Vaginitis Self-Study Enjoy.  

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Nov 26th, 2013 Training

Hearing a fetal heartbeat with a Stethoscope

At the end of a random self-talk conversation this morning I remembered how awesome I thought it was when the midwives at the birth center taught me to hear the fetal heartbeat with a stethoscope.  At the time is seemed so hard, and it took me a few tries.  But the more I traveled, the […]

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Nov 22nd, 2013 Training

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