Get this from a library nurse midwifery in the united states 1976 1977 judith rooks american college of nurse midwives research and statistics committee. Nurse midwifery was introduced into the united states in 1925 as a means of meeting the maternal and infant care needs of specific rural and urban poor populations four studies of us nurse midwives conducted between 1963 and 1977 describe recent changes and practice in the profession approximately 1000 nurse midwives employed in the us responded to a questionnaire in late 1976 about 650 of . Nurse midwifery and family planning in the united states data from the 1976 1977 american college of nurse midwives study fischman sh rooks jb kaplan e lesczynski p morgan g witek j pmid 738519 pubmed indexed for medline mesh terms adult. Midwives in the united states provide assistance to childbearing women during pregnancy labor and birth and the postpartum periodsome midwives also provide primary care for women including well woman exams health promotion and disease prevention family planning options and care for common gynecological concerns. During 1982 the american college of nurse midwives conducted a national survey of certified nurse midwives residing in the united states about 68 per cent of the 1584 respondents response rate 76 per cent were practicing nurse midwifery most of them were providing prenatal and family planning
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