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Journal Vol. 21, No. 3 — Midwifery under Threat

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

Midwifery - running down the drain
Beverley Beech looks at the threat to birthing choice in the UK

Clare Fisher - the Welsh witch-hunt
AIMS Chair Beverley Beech reports

Jury of your peers?
Midwifery lecturer Sarah Davies reports on the NMC's case against Deborah Purdue

NCT reveals crucial choice guarantee set to be missed by a mile
NCT Press Office

High-risk home birth
Angela Horn looks at the information available to women

ConfidentWomen Experience Better Childbirth
Carolyn Woodward reports on the independent conference for professionals, that took place on 7 November 2009

Why?
Ameena

A big thank you
Jennifer Mountain shares how she got supportive care for her home birth

Albany Midwives Axed
Update on Albany from the Albany parents group

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