Brenda Montoya is an established mom blogger and published writer with a unique professional experience as a labor and delivery nurse. She has been working as a freelance writer and editor with Birthing Babies Bringing Up Boys in Aurora, CO. She has worked as a staff nurse and is currently an RN clinical coordinator at HCA Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, CO. Moreover, she serves as a fetal monitoring instructor at the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN).
Brenda earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ, in 2014. She received her RNC-OB certification in October 2013 and is licensed to practice as a registered nurse.
Brenda teaches fetal monitoring as outlined by AWHONN to RNs, CNMs, and MDs focused on obstetrics and on consistency and accuracy of interpretation of fetal and maternal status in the antepartum and intrapartum aspects of pregnancy.
As a writer and blogger, Brenda strives to establish a connection while providing accurate health and wellness information to the community of mothers and pregnant women. She has served in her profession for more than 12 years and has a breadth of knowledge uniquely blended with a voice that readers connect with. Her publications include Natural or Medicated? How to Experience Bliss After Labor and To Cut or Not To Cut? The Dilemma of Circumcision.
To know more about Brenda, you can visit any of the following links to her professional profiles:
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