Midwifery models of care have emerged as an essential component of women's health services worldwide, providing evidence-based, holistic, and woman-centered care during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. This research article aims to explore the different midwifery models of care and their impact on maternal and neonatal outcomes. It highlights the significance of empowering women to make informed decisions about their reproductive health and the benefits of midwifery-led care in promoting maternal well-being, fostering positive birth experiences, and reducing obstetric interventions. By reviewing various studies and examining international midwifery practices, this article contributes to the growing body of evidence supporting midwifery as an integral part of comprehensive reproductive healthcare. This research article explores various midwifery models of care and their impact on maternal and neonatal outcomes. With a focus on empowering women through holistic and woman-centered approaches, the study evaluates the benefits of midwifery-led care in promoting positive birth experiences, reducing obstetric interventions, and fostering informed decision-making during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. The review of international midwifery practices and evidence-based studies highlights the significance of midwives' role in providing personalized, supportive care, ultimately contributing to improved maternal well-being and better neonatal health outcomes. The findings emphasize the importance of integrating midwifery into mainstream healthcare systems to ensure comprehensive and effective reproductive healthcare for women globally.
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