Is this question for school? It seems a bit vague.
I was pregnant and was expecting to deliver my baby at a Birth Center because I didn't want to step within 10 feet of a hospital for what I considered to be a normal, healthy part of life. And at the same time, I had close friends who were in their last year of medical school, and they were a few months behind me in thier pregnancy.
Well, they ended up doing their OB rotation and were so horrified, that they switched birthing plans from their OB to my Birth Center. Basically, the dad said that the physicians would hook their fingers under the occipital bones of the babies, and pull hard. This was in an attempt to decrease their time in the birth canal. Not because of any imminent harm to the baby, but because of the time frames that would get charted. And if he could show a shorter time in the birth canal, he could have less of a chance of getting sued if the baby developed a problem.
The other issue they said was that 100% of women were put on pitocin almost immediately after check in!!!!! WTH?!?!!?
We both had beautiful, unmedicated births at the Birth Center, by the way!
I found it funny that soon-to-be physicians got scared out of a hospital birth after seeing what really happens.