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 UNC Midwives | Named to Practice List for 2014

UNC Midwives | Named to Practice List for 2014

The designation comes from the American College of Nurse-Midwives benchmark program report.

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Clear-drape cesarean section now an option at N.C. Women's Hospital

Clear-drape cesarean section now an option at N.C. Women's Hospital

The clear-drape cesarean section is part of an emerging birthing trend called family-centered cesarean, which allows the family to have a more active role in childbirth, even when that birth comes via surgery.

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Keller joins UNC Midwives

Keller joins UNC Midwives

Keller graduated from UNC's School of Nursing and East Carolina University and comes to UNC most recently from Duke University.

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WFMY | Nitrous oxide during childbirth featured

WFMY | Nitrous oxide during childbirth featured

The story and segment featured UNC Midwife Meg Berreth, who was part of the team that brought the practice back to UNC.

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UNC Midwives | Named in Best Practice List for 2012

UNC Midwives | Named in Best Practice List for 2012

UNC Midwives practice listed on American College of Nurse-Midwives "Best Practice Recognition Roster"

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My UNC Midwifery Story - Trina Pugh

My UNC Midwifery Story - Trina Pugh

Trina Pugh from Burlington, NC shares her experience with UNC Midwifery.

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My UNC Midwifery Story - Joscelyne Brazile

My UNC Midwifery Story - Joscelyne Brazile

Joscelyne Brazile from Durham, NC shares her experience with UNC Midwifery.

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New VBAC guidelines.  Who's a candidate?

New VBAC guidelines. Who's a candidate?

The cesarean delivery rate in the United States has increased from 4.5% in 1965 to 32.3% in 2008 (Guise JM, 2010). Meanwhile, the rate of Vaginal Birth after Cesarean (VBAC) has decreased from its peak of 28.3% ....

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Protecting the Perineum: What Can Be Done?

Protecting the Perineum: What Can Be Done?

A very common concern among women as they approach delivery is preventing lacerations during vaginal delivery. Several options are available that may reduce the occurrence and severity of perineal (vaginal opening) lacerations.

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Menopause naturally

Menopause naturally

Today, women approaching or in menopause are looking to maintain health and wellness without hormones or unnecessary medications.

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