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Elizabeth Parr, CNM, MSN

Elizabeth received her BA from Beloit College, her BSN from Case Western Reserve University, and her MSN/Midwifery from the University of Pennsylvania.

She has practiced midwifery in a variety of settings, including a free standing birth center, a hospital clinic, and a private physician practice. She is the author of Choosing a Nurse-Midwife: Your Guide to Safe, Sensitive Care During Pregnancy and the Birth of Your Child (John Wiley, 1994.)

Elizabeth was one of the founding faculty of the Community-Based Nurse-Midwifery Education Program (CNEP), where she functioned as a course coordinator, clinical coordinator, and student advisor. She was a founder of the Institute of Midwifery, and helped define the role of the Midwife Tutor with Phyllis Long and the first certificate program class.

"I love educating students in a model of education that parallels the best of the midwifery model of care."

Elizabeth lives in Emmaus, PA with her husband, Ed, and two children.


 

 
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