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Offutt, a certified nurse-midwife at Montachusett Women's Health, who has delivered more than 2,000 babies, said, "For me, what's really the best (of midwifery care) is seeing the evolution of the being.
Of the women who complied with referral advice, 77% were either accompanied en route by the nurse-midwife, or were met at the hospital by a staff social worker.
The American College of Nurse-Midwives' statistics show the average nurse-midwife seeing 140 clients a month and attending 10 births during the same time frame.
A nurse-midwife stays at the mother's side during labor; she may encourage the mother to walk around, sit, stand, curl up, or otherwise make herself comfortable.
Midwives view birth as a positive process, rather than a medical one or an illness,' says Marion McCartney, a certified nurse-midwife and one of the "founding mothers' of the Maternity Center.
These are steps to take before and during pregnancy," says Barbara Hughes, a certified nurse-midwife and fellow of the American College of Nurse-Midwives.
I enrolled in a BSN completion program, followed by graduate course work and certification as a Nurse-Midwife.
On October 3, 2006, the Board issued an amended order to show cause why the Board should not impose penalties upon Goslin for: (1) engaging in the practice of medicine without a license and holding herself out to the public as being authorized to engage in the practice of medicine and surgery in violation of Pennsylvania's Medical Practice Act of 1985 (Act), and engaging in practice as a nurse-midwife without a license and holding herself out to the public as being authorized to engage in practice as a nurse-midwife in violation of state law.
The attitudes were also analysed by continuing education in sexual and reproductive health, and enrolled and registered nurse-midwife.
Deanne Williams, a certified nurse-midwife and executive director of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, called the action "a very important step toward eliminating a significant barrier to care that was mistakenly created by the EMTALA regulations.
Deanne Williams, a certified nurse-midwife and executive director of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, called the action "a very important step towards eliminating a significant barrier to care that was mistakenly created by the EMTALA regulations.