- Diary. Roberts, Yvonne // New Statesman & Society;9/30/94, Vol. 7 Issue 322, p8
Discusses the author's experiences as an expectant mother. People's opinion about delivery; Preparation for home birth.
- QUALITY WATCH. Montague, Jim; Pitman, Hilarie // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;4/20/96, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p18
Reports on the problems encountered by mothers and babies in `drive-thru deliveries' according to the Post-Partum Return Program of Griffin Hospital in Derby, Connecticut.
- Birth stories. Galbraith, Brad; Hughes, Liz // Australia's Parents;Dec96/Jan97, Issue 96, p88
Shares two mothers' birth stories. Different experience with delivery of last child; Being sent home three hours after delivery.
- Bottom first naturally! Fallows, Carol // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97, Issue 98, p66
Presents photographs showing sequences of a breach delivery. Physical examination of the mother; Preparation for labor; Cleaning of the newborn.
- Birth today. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Birth, Issue 98, p16
Looks at different types of delivery. Gentle and natural; Medical intervention; Caesarean; Waterbirth; Home birth.
- What can happen in hospital. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Having a Baby, Issue 98, p15
Informs on the advantages and disadvantages of the types of medical intervention in the birth process. Amniotomy; Oxytocin; Prostaglandin gel; Electronic fetal monitoring; Epidural anaesthesia; Episiotomy; Forceps delivery; Vacuum (venthouse) extraction.
- Planning your baby's birth. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Having a Baby, Issue 98, p25
Presents a guide to planning a baby's birth. Having a written record of preferences during labor, after birth, cesarean birth and in case of a premature/sick infant.
- Birth takes its natural course. Booker, Kristen; Lenehan, Sharon // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Having a Baby, Issue 98, p27
Presents several stories highlighting the inspiration that can be drawn from caregivers who believe in the laboring women's ability to give birth without unnecessary interference. Letting birth take its natural course.
- Assistance during labour and birth. Knauseder, Irene; Kung, Phyllis // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Having a Baby, Issue 98, p33
Presents stories of women about their delivery experiences. Assistance extended to them during labor and birth.
- Getting the right support. Hayne, Jean; Birchenall, Emma-Jane // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97 Supplement Having a Baby, Issue 98, p48
Presents stories highlighting women's need for support during delivery. Need for the presence of people whom the woman can get support.