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ACNM resources on midwives
The American College of Nurse-Midwives has released a series of videos on the midwifery model of care.
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My UNC Midwifery Story - Joscelyne Brazile
Joscelyne Brazile from Durham, NC shares her experience with UNC Midwifery.
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My UNC Midwifery Story - Trina Pugh
Trina Pugh from Burlington, NC shares her experience with UNC Midwifery.
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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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Nancy Mathias, CNM, MSN
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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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Menopause naturally
Today, women approaching or in menopause are looking to maintain health and wellness without hormones or unnecessary medications.
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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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Meet the Midwives Registration
Meet the Midwives is a recurring get together for all women and their families to learn about the services and hands-on care that nurse midwives deliver! After the meeting there will be a tour of labor and delivery and the maternity center.
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2015 National Midwifery Week
This week (Oct. 4-10, 2015) is National Midwifery Week. Learn about the division and midwife-led care, and read Q&As with three UNC Midwives on why midwifery matters at UNC and how it fits in to expert, evidence-based obstetrical care at UNC.
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