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Maria Milton, LM

  • Speaker Type: 2020
  • Country: U.S.A.
Biography:

Maria Milton is a midwife from the state of Florida. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in biology/PreMed from Florida A&M University and she is a licensed laboratory technician. Maria has been practicing as a midwife since 1984. She is the current owner/operator of Milton Memorial Birthing Center, a facility founded by her late mother/ colleague, Gladys Milton. She is also a stronge advocate of natural childbirth and the midwifery model of care. And, for over twenty years, Maria has been a speaker / presentor of various midwifery topics at midwifery conferences, midwifery retreats and community health programs.

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How to get back to Naturlistic Midwifery
"How to get back to Naturalistic Midwfery" will explore the many ways in which childbirth has changed over the years. This session will compare practices in natural childbirth with the practices in births where interventions/augmentations have occurred. These comparisons will prove how these practices have led to worse outcomes and increased the cost of helath care. This session will also demonstate how changes in attitudes about birth have affected birth practices as well as how providers have adapted to these changes. The session will end with offering solution to the problems created by these practices.
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Traditional Midwifery
Renata will lead a discussion with Maria Milton, LM on Traditional Midwifery. Renata was self- taught and utilizes the older methods of Naturalistic Midwifery Care. Maria was trained by and with her Mother Gladys Milton. Maria’s passion is to see Traditional, Naturalistic Midwifery return to the Modern Midwifery Profession. 1-What did Midwifery look like 100 years ago. 2- How has Midwifery evolved in the past 25 years. 3-How do we return to a more Traditional/Naturalistic Midwifery? 4- What does that mean to our midwifery families? 5-Where do you get those skills and that wisdom?
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