Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Human Microbiome: considerations for pregnancy, birth and early mothering

Updated and edited: October 2015 This post was co-authored by Jessie Johnson-Cash and based on her presentation at the USC Midwifery Education Day. The human microbiome is rather fashionable in the world of science at the moment. The NIH Human Microbiome Project has … Continue reading

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The Future of Midwifery and Homebirth in Australia?

Updated: April 2015 A lot of changes have occurred in Australian midwifery over the last few years, and I think many midwives and women are unsure or confused by them. I am going to attempt to make a clear and coherent summary … Continue reading

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