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Tracey A. Bowman
A. BOWMAN is a Certified Nurse-Midwife and Advanced Registered Nurse
Practitioner. She received her BSN from Rhode Island College in 1982
and her MSN from the University of Pennsylvania in 1986. She has practiced
in high risk hospitals, community hospitals, at home and in out-of-hospital
In 1999, she spoke at the International Confederation of Midwives in Manila, Philippines, and in workshops in Japan with Marina Alzugaray, CNM. She has presented this program to the Ohio chapter of the ACNM and at hospitals throughout New England.
Tracey is most concerned about unnecessary interventions in birth; about environmental pollution and its effect on babies (and everything else!); and about the widespread practice of premature cord clamping, which is detrimental to the normal development of children.
Tracey is currently working at Yale University as Clinical Faculty for midwifery program, and is providing gynecological care in Milford and Peterborough.
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