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What Care Values Does A Midwife Have To Have?

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There is much likeness in the very structure as well as organization of care. However, the
philosophy behind the actions of obstetricians and midwives is different. Typically midwives firmly emphasise pregnancy and birth are as a rule normal, healthy events which occur in a woman's life, necessitating guidance and support; but requiring intervention only when truly medically necessary. It is this conviction that is reflected
in the fundamental manner in which midwives are educated as well as in the manner they 'manage' labour and birth.

They remain by the woman, offering comfort in addition to reassurance, always staying remaining alert, should any problem develop. They develop a relationship established on trust as well as mutual respect. Midwives also educate their clients, ensuing they are capable of fully participating in decision making revolving around health and health care.

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