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Friendly Emails from Midwives and Codes of Ethics

Posted Oct 25 2009 11:06pm
Hi Nicole,

My name is ****, I am a CNM at ******. We are an independent Midwifery Clinic and deliver at ******. Dr. Judd has backed this clinic for years. And everything you're reading is true, he uses tons of Forceps and I was shocked as well and don't always agree with it, but what I can tell you he is very safe. I've never seen forceps used where a Dr. can actually keep the perineum intact while doing it. The nice thing is, He lets us be more natural with our patients and only helps us when we absolutely need him. I agree it is shocking to see the sign in his office, he just prefers these patients see a Midwife. What people need to know is that he is safe, and he has the lowest C-section rate I have ever seen in an MD. If you need his percentage I can get you that. I think it is important that people know he is safe. Of course, I prefer Midwives and I imagine you do too. Spread the word for Midwifery. If you have any more questions, let me know.
I received this nice email in response to my previous post (shared by permission). I am looking forward to seeing the percentages from my newly acquired midwife-friend and enjoy that we can have this dialogue.

On another note, I have been active in a BirthWorkers workshop that is held monthly. We are instructed by a CPM as childbirth professionals who either ARE or WILL BE pursuing midwifery in the near future. The last meetings were on Code of Ethics... The next series of meetings will be on anatomy and physiology. As we were working on Codes of Ethics, I did a little research and pulled up both MANA and ACOGs CoEs...

It is interesting if you read them as a comparison.


Happy reading!
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