References and Bibliography for "Guidelines for Serving Disabled Women"
References and Bibliography for "Guidelines for Serving Disabled Women," by Elaine Carty, Tali Conine, Angela Holbrook, and Lenore Riddell. This article is about serving the disabled pregnant woman and appeared in MIDWIFERY TODAY magazine, Number 27, Autunm 1993. (For information about MIDWIFERY TODAY, contact Donna Zelzer at Dolezal@delphi.com or Donnazelzr@aol.com.)
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