Protecting The Birth Environment

There are many ways to help protect the birth environment. One is by educating women about what to expect and what to try to avoid. It is all about informed choice. I am a nurse, homebirth midwife and the childbirth coordinator at a small, rural health center in Maine.

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About Author: Andrea Mietkiewicz

Andrea Mietkiewicz, RN, graduated from Northeastern University College of Nursing in 1976. In 1985, she began working in a small, rural, outpatient clinic in Maine, where she is now the childbirth coordinator and clinical nurse.    She became a primary midwife in 1994 and runs her own business, Clear Light Holistic Midwifery, in the Bangor area.

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