Breech:
Evidence for External Cephalic Version for Turning a Breech Baby
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2003: Planned Vaginal Delivery of Term Breech Still an Option
Singleton Vaginal Breech Delivary at Term: Still a Safe Option 
Breech Presentation After Cesarean Section: Always a Section?

Cesarean Birth:
Immediate Skin to Skin After a Cesarean Birth
Evidence for Cesarean for a "Big Baby"
The Natural Cesarean: A Woman Centred Technique
OB Management: Mother, Baby, and Family Centred Delivery- It is Possible

Circumcision:
Canadian Paediatricians Revisit Newborn Male Circumcision Recommendations
Canadian Paediatric Society: Newborn Male Circumcision Position Statement
Circumcision of Baby Boys: Information for Parents (and how to care for your baby's penis, circumcised or intact)
Circumcision Resource Center

Consent and Informed Choice:
College of Midwives of BC: Informed Choice Policy
BC Ministry of Health: Health Care Providers' Guide to Consent to Health Care
BRAIN: An Acronym to Navigate Decision-making
Informed Choice and the BRAIN Acronym

Cord Clamping:
Academic OBGYN: Delayed Cord Clamping Should be Standard Practice in Obstetrics
Academic OBGYN: An Update on Delayed Cord Clamping
Video: Penny Simkin on Delayed Cord Clamping
Video:  Pediatric/OBGYN Grand Rounds at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine

Eye Ointment:
Is Erythromycin Eye Ointment Always Necessary for Newborns?
Canadian Paediatric Society: Erythromycin Position

Fetal Monitoring: 
Evidence Based Fetal Monitoring
Cochrane Review: Continuous vs. Intermittent Monitoring
Fetal Monitoring: Creating a Culture of Safety with Informed Choice

GBS:
College of Midwives of BC: GBS Guideline
Group B Strep in Pregnancy: Evidence for Antibiotics and Alternatives 
Cochrane Review: Intrapartum Antibiotics for Known Maternal Group B Streptococcal Colonization
Science and Sensibility: A Discussion on the New GBS Cochrane Review
Ask A Midwife: Alternative Treatment for GBS
Aviva Jill Romm, M.D., Midwife and Herbalist: GBS in Pregnancy: What's a Mom to Do?

Home Birth:
Article, December 2015: "Low-risk Births Just as Safe in Home as in Hospital: McMaster Study"
Article, December 2015: "Home Birth with Midwife Just as Safe as Hospital, McMaster Study Finds"
UBC Midwifery Video: Homebirth Understood: Truths and Tales
UBC Midwifery Video: Homebirth Understood: Absolute Risks of Homebirth
UBC Midwifery Video: Homebirth Understood: Vaginal Birth After C-Section (VBAC)
UBC Midwifery Video: Homebirth Understood: Homebirth Controversy
UBC Midwifery Video: Homebirth Understood: Family Physicians and Homebirth
UBC Midwifery Video: Homebirth Understood: Environment and Labour/Delivery
Study: Comparing the Odds of Postpartum Haemorrhage in Planned Homebirth Against Planned Hospital Birth
Large Prospective Study in North America: Outcomes of Planned Homebirths with Certified Professional Midwives
Retrospective Cohort Study, Ontario, 2003-2006: Outcomes for Low-risk Women, Births attended by Midwives, Home and Hospital
Study, September, 2009: Planned Homebirths with Registered Midwives, Versus Planned Hospital Births with Physician or Midwife
College of Midwives of BC: Statement on Homebirth
College of Midwives of BC: Planned Place of Birth Handbook (Home and Hospital)

Induction:
Evidence for Induction for a "Big Baby"
Pitocin is not Oxytocin

Newborns:
Sleep Training Debunked: Study Finds Genetics Play a Large Role in Baby's Sleep Habits 
New Research Ends an Age Old Debate: Will You Spoil Your Baby if You Pick it Up Each Time it Cries
Baby Poop: What's Normal

Postdates:
BC College of Midwives: Management of the Uncomplicated, Postdates Pregnancy
Judy Slome Cohain, Certifed Nurse Midwife: Lack of Justification to Induce for Postdates
Evidence on Inducing Labour for Going Past Your Due Date

Pushing, Second Stage:
What is the Evidence for Pushing Positions?
Pushing for Primups
Coached Pushing vs Maternal Pushing

Postpartum:
Normal Postpartum Bleeding, Discharge, and the Return of Your Period

Third Stage Management:
The Midwifery Group: Third Stage Printout
An Actively Managed Placental Birth Might be the Best Option for Most Women
On Birth and Bleeding- Part Two
Delivering the Placenta with Active, Expectant, or Mixed Management in the Third Stage of Labour

Vitamin K Shot:
Evidence for the Vitamin K Shot in Newborns
Five Things Parents Should Know if They Decline the Vitamin K Shot

Vaginal Exams:
Vaginal Examinations a Symptom of a Cervix Centric Birth Culture
Pelvic Exams Near Term: Are They Necessary, Should They be Avoided?
Assessing Progress in Labour
Checking Your Own Cervix