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Year One

I have been in midwifery practice for a full year. No longer can I cling to the safety of the label “new grad.” This year has been one of immense change and learning, both personally and professionally. I started thinking … Continue reading

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A curious and exciting thing has happened in the wake of the horrible mass murder in Southern California over the weekend: women are speaking out. Women are telling their stories loud and clear over twitter. What are women talking about? … Continue reading

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“You should really find a full-scope job,” or, the story of how I decided to be an abortion provider

I have recently accepted a (nearly) full-time position at a reproductive health clinic. They focus on well-woman care, birth control, STI prevention and management, primary care and abortion services. This means many things for me as a new midwife, namely … Continue reading

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Round-Up: Reproductive Health around the internet, Feminist-style

As I wait for word from one particular employer (background check is completed! Yay!) I decided to put together some of the best things I read this week on the internet this week in regards to women’s health, abortion, and … Continue reading

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