CAM-CALM: Links to critical references & resources 2016

by faithgibson on September 6, 2016

streetart47-485x6501. Statement & Background Information about VBAC & CaLMs ~ Subdirectory links to 3-parts of Preamble & 4-part  {2015}

2. Video Essay about history of midwifery politics in California 1991-2013 {faith gibson, LM; 2013

3. Social & Political History of California Midwifery 1850 ~ 2014 {2014}

4. Wax Meta-analysis ~ the good, the bad & the ugly {2011}

5. Identifying the Essential Qualities of Maternity Care: Evidence-based policies and a plan for action {2010}

6. Responsible Midwifery for the 21st Century ~ PDF {2009}

7. Maternity Care 2.0 overview & recommendations for evidence-based, physiological management of normal childbirth in healthy women (2008

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Roxanne Cummings, CNM ~ Trailblazer in California midwifery — Santa Cruz, CA 1950 to 2016

 

 

8. Choice in Planning and Experiencing Childbirth AMA Journal of Ethics ~ Virtual Mentor. September 2004, Volume 6, Number 9.

 

 

 

9. Midwifery Defined ~ Evolution of birth practices illustrated in birth images

 

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Kate Bowland, CNM ~ trailblazer in California, Santa Cruz, CA

10. Historical Comments by physician-obstetricians about midwives: 1820 to 2014

Why the OB profession has an inferiority complex as told in their own words

 11. Part 1- History of Obstetrics  –> the obstetrician’s lament: “we can’t get no respect”, plus material & references from Dr. Neal DeVitt’s 1975 Thesis

12. Part 2 – Historical testimony on safety of physiological  ~ Management & benefits of midwifery

13. Part 3 – Obstetrical Education & its connection to the Campaign to Abolish the Midwife

14. Part 4 – Obstetricians promoting the “New Obstetrics” 1910 to 1923

15. Part 5 – Obstetrics morphs into a new surgical specialty in the 20th century America, which morphed into “Industrialized Obstetrics” in the 21st century ~ The natural conclusion to a hundred years of interventionist obstetrics as the standard for healthy women and normal birth as a surgical procedure