In this 1997 interview with Brian Edwards, Joan Donley talks about the early years of her nursing career, her activism, her move into domiciliary midwifery, and the tension between the ‘medical’ and ‘midwifery’ models of childbirth.
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Reference: RNZ collection, 36918
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Image: Joan Donley, Save the midwife. Auckland: New Women’s Press, 1986. Photograph by Gil Hanly