: ' midwifery'
This issue of Re:Birth has articles on the Midwifery Task Force in Ontario in the early 1980s, squatting in labour, episiotomies, rules at the time about fathers being present for c-sections, VBAC support, and birth on [...]
The article that stood out was the summary of research on homebirth, one of the first articles of the paper, but I’ve already written on that and sadly the articles seem a little too similar to [...]
In this second issue of Re:Birth, there are articles on the Ultrasound (which was quite new at the time), mothering the mother, VBACs (yes, they were talking about them 20 years ago) and C-sections, support during [...]
Starting today I will start sharing some pdfs of an old newspaper that was written and distributed in the 1980s in Ontario, Canada – Re: Birth. It was created by a group called Choices in [...]
By Tracy G. Cassels I grew up in what I have since learned is a rather remarkable and unique situation. I was born in downtown Toronto in my house by a midwife in the late 70s. [...]
By Tracy G. Cassels When you first think of Mayim Bialik, a young chipper Blossom probably comes to mind. Or if you’re on the younger end, you probably think of Amy Farrah Fowler (my personal favourite [...]
By Tracy G. Cassels Many Americans will be unaware that Canadians are set to go to the polls on May 2nd for a federal election after the current minority government was defeated in the House on [...]