nurse-midwife

[nurs-mid-wahyf]
noun, plural nurse-mid·wives.
  1. a nurse skilled in assisting women in the prenatal period and in childbirth, especially at home or in another nonhospital setting.
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Contemporary Examples of nurse-midwife

  • There she studied nursing and midwifery, and came back home in 1961 as the first qualified Somali nurse-midwife.

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    Somaliland's Healer of Women

    Lynn Sherr

    March 13, 2010


nurse-midwife in Medicine

nurse-midwife

n.
  1. A person formally educated and certified to practice in the two disciplines of nursing and midwifery.
Related formsnurse-midwifery n.
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