Community Midwifery and Pregnancy

Community midwifery practice is woman oriented and focuses on excellence in the processes and provision of women’s health care, with a primary goal of improving maternal and child health. Community midwives promote the discipline of midwifery through professional actions that benefit women and their families, while allowing adequate personal time for reinvigoration for this important work. Midwives are blessed with a passion for their work. It is the thoughtful and skilled expression of this passion that women under midwives’ care so appreciate and that has helped the discipline of midwifery to thrive. Traditional midwifery care is based on providing care that fosters the physiologic processes of labor and birth. Modern midwifery and women’s health care builds on this physiologic non-interventionist foundation to include interventions only as necessary and as indicated by the individual woman’s condition and preferences. Determining which interventions are “necessary” and when they are “indicated” defines our individual practice as midwives yet can also be a function of the environment of care in which the midwife practices.

  • Midwifery Health Science
  • Midwifery Childbirth
  • Midwifery Health Profession
  • Midwifery Novel Approaches
  • Midwifery Obstetrics
  • Causes of Child Death
  • Midwives Practice in Home, Clnic and Hospital Births

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