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Turning over a new leaf.

It's autumn and while we still have very hot days, I love watching the tree across from my desk as the leaves begin to change. It's a relatively gradual process that starts slowly and picks up pace, until one day there are beautifully colored leaves! Just as the autumn brings changes, ICEA is turning over a new leaf. Hopefully, you're enjoying the new ICEA logo and all it represents, as well as the newly tweaked mission statement.

This month's International Journal of Childbirth Education brings you lots of exciting news and articles. Nancy Mohrbacher talks to us about how swaddling might not be the best practice. Kim James explores thoughts on teaching probabilities versus possibilities. And in discussing pregnancy discomforts, Heather Jeffcoat provides some help with pubic symphysis pain. All this and more awaits you in the upcoming pages ...

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I look forward to hearing lots of discussion about the Future of Birth Conference. Don't forget to consider sending in your submissions. We have a team of editors willing to work with you to help you get published. Send your thoughts and ideas to editor@icea.org

--Robin Elise Weiss, IJCE Editor

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Title Annotation:The Editor's Perspective
Author:Weiss, Robin Elise
Publication:International Journal of Childbirth Education
Article Type:Editorial
Date:Sep 1, 2010
Words:193
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