- Midwifery Nursing
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- Baltimore Washington Medical Center
- Denton, MD
Midwifery, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 1990-1992
- Board Certifications
- Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
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American College of Nurse Midwives
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Whos Who American Colleges
Poster Presentation Why Women Chose Vaginal Birth After Ceserean Section versus Elective Repeat Ceserean Section
Is It Safe to Dye My Hair While Pregnant?
If you were a dye-hard before you got pregnant, you may wonder if it's okay to continue to color. Find out what nurse midwife Paula Greer has to say about dyeing your hair when you're expecting by watching this video.
Why Do Some Women Experience Back Pain During Labor?
Back pain during labor results if the baby's head presses on his mom's tailbone. In this video, nurse midwife Paula Greer offers ways to deal with back pain. (Hint: Pack a rolling pin in your hospital bag!)
How Can I Get Through Labor More Easily?
To get through labor, let gravity do some of the work by staying on your feet for as long as you can, advises nurse midwife Paula Greer. Watch the video to learn more tips for getting through labor.
How Will I Know If I'll Be Able to Handle Pain During Labor?
Some moms-to-be assume they won't be able to handle the pain of childbirth. In this video, nurse midwife Paula Greer discusses alternatives for dealing with labor pain worth knowing about before the first contraction.
What Should I Bring to the Hospital When I Give Birth?
You'll need to pack four bags for the hospital when you give birth. Find out why, and what should go in each, by watching this video featuring nurse midwife Paula Greer.
What Are Common Misconceptions About Pregnancy and Diet?
Eating for two? According to nurse midwife Paula Greer, moms-to-be need only 300 extra calories each day. Watch the video to learn about diet dos and don’ts that will prevent you from gaining too much baby weight.
How Will I Know When My Water Breaks?
Even if you're not sure you're feeling a gush of pee or your water has broken, call your healthcare provider, advises nurse midwife Paula Greer. Watch the video to learn more about when to head to your birthing facility.
What Are the Most Common Misconceptions About Labor?
Many women hope for short, sweet and easy labor. But giving birth typically takes hours, and often isn't so easy. Watch this video featuring nurse midwife Paula Greer to learn the truth about other common misconceptions about labor.
What Are Ways to Reduce Nausea During Pregnancy?
Taking your prenatal vitamins before bedtime instead of in the morning is one way you can combat the nausea that's common during early pregnancy. For more tips on dealing with nausea, watch this video featuring nurse midwife Paula Greer.
Constipation is quite common during pregnancy. Sometimes the iron in the vitamins are constipating and sometimes it is the growing baby pushing on the intestines and the stomach along with not getting enough fluid and fiber in the diet. Many women are unaware that you need to make a fresh water suppRead More
Pica during pregnancy is a craving for non-food items. Sometimes it is just shaved ice or freezer frost. Other times it is things like clay or dirt, chalk, sand, soap, paper, paint chips, or even cigarette ashes. In certain parts of the world over 70 percent of their pregnant population have Pica...Read More
During your pregnancy you should avoid or limit caffeine. It goes without saying that you should avoid all alcohol and recreational drugs during the entire pregnancy. While you are expecting you need to be aware of coldcuts, deli meats and soft cheeses that may contain a harmful bacteria called...Read More
Most women don't suspect they are pregnant until at least they miss the first period, although this is not always the case. Some women are very in tune with their bodies and suspect right away. You may be pregnant if you are feeling queasy, nauseated or are throwing up, have missed your period and..Read More
If you are planning to get pregnant and need any vaccinations to be up to date it is a good idea to get them updated at least 3 months prior to attempting to get pregnant. Examples of vaccines like Gardasil, varicella, hepatitis, tetanus etc. should all be done prior to pregnancy. The only vaccRead More
Pregnancy loss is more common than most women realize. Ten percent of most pregnancies end in miscarriage. Some of these are not even diagnosed as a pregnancy as they happen so early on and mom may think she was just a little late with a very heavy period. Miscarriage is one way the body tries to...Read More