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Midwifery Today Conference 2010.

“Trends and Traditions in Midwifery and Birth”

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA • April 14–18, 2010 • King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

We offer you a hearty welcome to our Philadelphia conference. This is one of the richest programs we have ever offered, with classes for everyone, whether you are a seasoned or aspiring practitioner or an activist. We are especially excited to bring you two full pre-conference days on Traditional Midwifery Skills—a Midwifery Today first. We are also featuring the Motherbaby International Film Festival as a part of this conference, brought to you by filmmaker and distributor Diana Paul. Saturday evening’s cabaret is always a bonding experience and a blast, and is meant to showcase your talents—birth-related or not. We’ll have times of fun, mentoring, sharing and learning at this conference.

One of the special aspects of a Midwifery Today conference is that you are warmly welcomed and honored for your role in birth. Our goal is to energize and support you as well as to provide an important learning experience. We want you to be the best that you can be, and we plan our programs with that in mind. We want to help prepare you to change the world of birth.

At this conference we’ve provided many different class styles, ranging from fast-paced, intimate roundtables to full-day workshops, amazing general sessions and focused breakout sessions. We’ve searched the world to bring you these imperative learning experiences. Welcome and enjoy; you are the key to the future.

love, Jan from Midwiferytoday.com

Click here for a list of confirmed teachers and classes.


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