The International MotherBaby Childbirth Initiative (IMBCI): A Human Rights Approach to Optimal Maternity Care. Robbie Davis-Floyd, Debra Pascali Bonaro, Rae Davies, and Rodolfo Gomez Ponce de Leon. Midwifery Today, Issue 94: 12-14, 64-66.
Changing Childbirth: The Latin American Example. Midwifery Today 84: 9-13, 64-65, Fall.
Ways of Knowing: Open and Closed Systems. Midwifery Today 69 (Spring): 9-13.
Windows in Space/Time: A Personal Perspective on Birth and Death . Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care 30 (4):272-277, Dec.
This was one of the most-read and most reader-appreciated articles in the history of this journal. Reprinted in Robert Weston’s Vale of Tears, 2007. New Wine, UK. Also reprinted at www.mothering.com/health (2010).

My Dream. Midwifery Today, January.
Types of Midwifery Training: An Anthropological Overview.In Getting an Education: Paths to Becoming a Midwife, pp. 119-133.

See the review for this book.
The Ups, Downs, and Interlinkages of Nurse- and Direct-Entry Midwifery: Status, Practice, and Education. In Getting an Education: Paths to Becoming a Midwife, 4th edition. Jan Tritten and Joel Southern, eds. Pp. 67-118. Eugene, Oregon: Midwifery Today.
Autonomy in Midwifery: Definition, Education, Regulation. Midwifery Today 46, Spring.
How To Grieve and Stay Sane. My Body, My Health: Women’s Stories. Kit-Bacon Gressitt and Jodie Lawson,eds.