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Research, including a 2018 study published in PLos One, has shown that midwifery care improves maternal health outcomes, but currently, only about nine percent of US births involve midwives.
Like many advocates, Farrington supports a greater shift toward midwifery care, which is standard in Europe and elsewhere, as an important step in reducing maternal mortality.
Training more midwives is often proposed as one of the solutions to the maternal health crisis, but Joseph cautions against looking to midwifery for an answer when so many in the US are simply denied basic access to quality care.
They are looking for the woman-centered care found in midwifery practices, or in extreme cases, on their own.
So, today, for the first time, EMC is announcing its first U.S. grant to The Birth Place Midwifery Clinic, led by Jennie Joseph.
Cheyney is a major figure in the pro-midwifery community, not an objective academic observer.
Now Block has given me the opportunity to take some pro-midwifery arguments on in more detail.
In Holland, midwifery is part of the medical system, and doctors and midwives work in close collaboration.
Theres no midwifery there, whichever place shes gone to; so I suppose shes out of employment any way.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
All readers of English works on midwifery know the authority given to the name of Von Siebold.The College, the Market, and the Court|Caroline H. Dall
Midwifery during the seventeenth century advanced even more rapidly than its mother-science surgery.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
Buckingham's midwifery gave me some embarrassment, but the rest was trifling enough.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1|William James
He likewise offers his services to the public as a practitioner of physic, surgery and midwifery.A Portrait of Old George Town|Grace Dunlop Ecker