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Birthingway Midwifery is a private college located in Portland, Oregon. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 10 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Midwifery and Medical Assistant.
12113 SE Foster Rd
Portland, OR 97266
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I have received an amazing education here. They have a very unique program that is structure with a lot of care and consideration.
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I came to birthingway to receive an excellent midwifery education. I do feel that I am getting a good education, but the program leaves much to be desired. The culture of the school is very white and insular, and focus of the education mirrors those values as well. Some of the required intro classes are a waste of time and money. On the positive side, I have learned a lot, am part of a community dedicated to helping fostering midwives, and I think the trajectory of the curriculum makes a lot of sense.
Birthingway does not want students to compete with grades; instead, they want students to help each other in order to learn the information well. The workload is heavy and extensive; however, if the life of a woman and her unborn child is in my hands, I want to have a broad range of knowledge in order to care for the mother and her child. Before completing the program, all students are required to commit to an apprenticeship with a preceptor midwife.