nurse-midwife


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nurse-mid·wife

(nûrs′mĭd′wīf′)
n. pl. nurse-mid·wives (-wīvz′)
A registered nurse who is also certified to practice midwifery.

nurse′-mid·wife′ry n.
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Noun1.nurse-midwife - a registered nurse who has received special training as a midwife
registered nurse, RN - a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration
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They just plain don't offer nurse-midwife services.
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She is certified as a nurse practitioner and nurse-midwife.
First, women can't legally choose to have their birth attended by a midwife other than a Certified Nurse-Midwife.
But when it came to delivering her own two children, a son now 1-1/2 and a 4-month-old daughter, she opted for the "high touch" of a certified nurse-midwife.
A direct-entry midwife shall not represent themself as a nurse-midwife or certified nurse-midwife.
Edith Gurewitsch and Certified Nurse-Midwife Pamela Scudder Kelly.
Midwives recruited to health centres had either undergone an 18-month auxiliary nurse-midwife (ANM) certificate course or a three-year general nursing and midwifery (GNM) diploma, both recognised by the state nursing council.
There were talks on 'Centering Pregnancy and Centering Parenting', a wonderful model of care developed by a nurse-midwife, and the Rush Model of providing lactation support in the NICU, an innovative programme that includes the use of breastfeeding peer counsellors.
The attending physician thus planned a vaginal delivery, which was performed by a nurse-midwife.