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Prof Susan Crowther
Prof of midwifery & Ass Dean PgR Continuity of Carer, Kairos at birth & Hermeneutic Phenomenology.
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 28
The move to standardised care concerns me - even more when not evidenced based and practice experience based. In my practice the need to standardise diminishes when relational continuity is supported. Disappointed a midwifery association supports this bundle; 👍 to Gill & Hannah
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Sheena Byrom 🌈 Nov 26
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 26
Students are finding this useful already 👍 as always great to work with friend, colleague and co author -
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Karabakh Records Nov 20
👇🏼“Reaffirming the obligation to protect cultural goods, proposes sending a mission to the field to all parties”.
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 24
Yes, the mood of maternity care certainly influences physiological, emotional and anatomical responses. A mood of fear is potent leading to all manner of outcomes; conversely a mood of joy has consequences. I know which attuned space I would prefer to practice and/or birth in!
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 24
I have DM you with my email, I’ll send a copy👍
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 24
Totally - it’s never going to be the case that we understand cervical changes totally because of its wonderful idiosyncratic and ecological interconnectedness. Life is intrinsically a mystery which makes our work so thrilling.
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 24
Powerful sinister image. A call to action lest we loose our humanity. Yet my sense is there is also growing hope, chinks of light, and a movement away from such totalitarian beliefs and structures....but we must stay vigilant
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 24
Midwifery diagnosis of labour onset | British Journal of Midwifery
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 24
Funny how the centrality of VEs continues - one of my early studies published in 2002 … midwifery diagnosis of labour onset illustrated how VEs are the least reliable diagnostic intervention. Yet we continue to debate the issue within biomedical discourse
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 23
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 22
This was such a visual for a 4 year old! Amazing imagery.
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 22
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Benita Olivier Jul 13
Kindness in is when compliments a section of your paper. Now isn't that a lovely feeling? Pay it forward!
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 21
Ooh, well done. Great topic - look forward to reading after hearing your presentation in 2019 👌
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 20
New article: From Description to Interpretive Leap: Using Philosophical Notions to Unpack and Surface Meaning in Hermeneutic Phenomenology Research - Susan Crowther, Gill Thomson, 2020 ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 18
Replying to @Lesleymacnz
I remember being in marches in London chanting ‘Thatcher Thatcher Thatcher out out out! Such confusing oppressive times for many of us living through those years in the U.K.
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 17
No😦 to such practice! Interfering unnessarily is simply abusive care. Feel sad that women have to ‘choose’ either way on this intervention - this represents yet another coercive power of so called choices given to women. Horrible.
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 11
Wow - end of an era - both Stevie and Annie : go well into new adventures, thank you for all the work you have contributed to midwifery - thinking of all RGU midwives as you go into lockdown
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Dr Jenny Hall Nov 11
Thank you for recommending our book 📚 👏🏻
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