Check out Henci’s Connecting the Dots post on Neel Shah’s New England of Journal of Medicine commentary. Shah agreed with recent U.K. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines concluding that low-risk women would be better off at home or in a midwife-led unit than under the supervision of an obstetrician in a hospital.
American OB Takes Rational Position on Home Birth
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