Midwifery Today Issue 64

Issue 64

Winter 2002

Midwifery Today Issue 64 Theme: Interventions, Women and Children Last?

Articles in this issue of Midwifery Today include:

  • The Assault on Normal Birth
  • Induction and Circular
  • Posterior No More!!
  • Elective Cesarean: A Betrayal of Trust
  • Interfering or Intervening?

Cover photo by Caroline Brown


  • From the Editor—Embracing Diversity and Unity
  • Poetry
  • Networking
  • Tricks of the Trade
  • Marion’s Message
  • Question of the Quarter
  • Journal Abstracts
  • News
  • Media Reviews—including Birthing Your Baby: The Second Stage
  • Classified Advertising
  • Calendar
  • Photo Album


  • Honoring the Circle—Lisa Lehrer
  • UnityIna May Gaskin
  • Unity From the Inside Out—Jenny Hall
  • Midwifery Unity: Let’s Grow with Our Clients—Abbie Kleppa
  • United We Stand—Jill Cohen
  • Childbirth and the Responsibility of Choice—Kaare Long
  • Priorities in Birth—Jennifer Rosenberg
  • Climbing the Mountain Together—Vi Sadhana
  • My Dream—Robbie Davis-Floyd
  • VBAC Revisited—Lynn Baptisti
  • Ultrasound Revisited
  • Ultrasound Scans: Cause For Concern—Sarah Buckley
  • More About Unassisted Birth—Linda Hessel
  • What is Unity? A Photoessay—Jennifer Rosenberg
  • The Midwife Who Can’t Get Pregnant—Michelle Robidoux
  • Uncertainties about SIDS
  • The New, Improved Worries of Pregnancy—Elena Margo
  • “Maiden Midwives:” Reaching Out to the Next Generation—Mary Kroeger

International Midwife

  • Editorial—Mexico: An Engaging Country
  • Cards and Letters
  • Journeys Through Old and New in South India—Sarah Pontell
  • The White Ribbon Alliance: Raising Awareness in Communities Around the World—Mary Kroeger and Alicia Weiss
  • Humanization of Childbirth in Bolivia—Daisuke Onuki
  • Daisuke Onuki (Consejos de Una Matrona Para Conservar el Perine Integro)—Gloria Lemay
  • Intersections: The Evolution of Health Care in a Rural Minority Village of Vietnam—Suzi Garner
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