What is the job of a midwife?

Answer The job of a midwife is to play a key role in the pre and post natal care of mother and child during labor and delivery. The midwife also provides emotional support for the mother and family.

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Was thomas Paine a midwife and what is a midwife?

A midwife is someone who is trained to assist in childbirth.Thomas Paine is sometimes said to have been midwife to the United States, but this is not meant literally.Thomas Paine was a writer aroun... Read More »

What is a midwife?

AnswerSomeone who looks after the baby and mother 'till they leave hospital. They help to deliver a baby. A midwife can also be a man despite the name!If there were no complications during pregnanc... Read More »

What is the masculine of midwife?

'Midwife' is not the name of the job, it is the meaning - the word midwife means 'with woman', so be it a male or a female in the career position, they would still be called a midwife, as they are ... Read More »

What is the salary of a midwife?

A job of a midwive is to be personally responsible for the health of both mother and child and only refer to obstetricians if there are medical complications.