Oral Histories of Nurse‐Midwives in Georgia, 1970‐1989: Blazing Trails, Building Fences, Raising Towers

@article{Thrower2018OralHO,
  title={Oral Histories of Nurse‐Midwives in Georgia, 1970‐1989: Blazing Trails, Building Fences, Raising Towers},
  author={Eileen J B Thrower},
  journal={Journal of Midwifery \& Women's Health},
  year={2018},
  volume={63},
  pages={693–699}
}
INTRODUCTION This article provides an account of the establishment and development of the contemporary nurse-midwifery profession in Georgia, which was previously undocumented. Oral history interviews with nurse-midwives who were in clinical and educational practice in Georgia during the 1970s and 1980s were collected and analyzed to identify factors that affected the establishment of nurse-midwifery in this state. METHODS This study relied on historical methodology. Oral history interviews… Expand

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