Midwifery is a type of medical practice that focuses on providing care to both pregnant women and newborns Midwives typically provide primary health care related to fertility, prenatal care, labor and delivery, and postnatal care. In many countries, they are qualified health care professionals with extensive education and experience. Midwives are often seen as the guardians of natural childbirth and may play an important role in supporting pregnant women to reach their birth goals.
1. An analysis of the history of midwifery, with a focus on changes over time and the impact of modern medicine.
2. The importance of midwives in providing holistic care for mothers and newborns.
3. The role of midwives in navigating ethical issues in childbirth.
4. A comparison of the education requirements and scope of practice for midwives in different countries.
5. An exploration of the benefits of using a midwife-led model of care in pregnancy and birth.