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Dr Susan Crowther
Professor of midwifery. Passionate Continuity of Carer advocate, Kairos at birth & Hermeneutic Phenomenology. 2017 book: spirituality & birth -
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 17
Replying to @DebDavis100
Loved it!
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NowThis Aug 15
Fox News tried coming after Denmark's social safety net. This Danish politician's retort was legendary.
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Kelly Elemental Aug 16
Choice of care provider is a major influence in the outcome of your birth
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Carolyn R Hastie Aug 16
Governments need to provide more midwifery models of care, including the option to birth at home! 'I had no other option: mum defends decision to free birth' via
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Dr Mary Ross-Davie Aug 17
Student midwives! Do you know a fantastic midwife & mentor working in Scotland? How about nominating him or her for this year's Midwife of the Year...nominations close soon!
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 17
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 17
Yes, sharing what works well is hugely helpful to those seeking to initiate and sustain this model of care
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 17
So agree, PGR student is doing a wonderful piece of action research using co-operative inquiry in Aberdeen at present with a focus just on that.
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 17
Thank you for sharing. So agree with you. That is how educate their student Midwives and many go direct into caseload practice with good support structures
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 17
Replying to @Doulamaddie
Great!
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Maddie McMahon Aug 16
Replying to @SusanCrowtherMW
Doulas are very very happy to pass on our tips for being on call for large parts of the year.
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 16
Replying to @Catherinemidwif
Yep, agree, the relational continuity experience leads to a partnership in which being on call is important but not the primary concern
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 16
How can Midwives move beyond ‘concerns’ about on call expectations/arrangements and embrace acceptable, self directed robust sustainable Midwifery continuity of carer (MCOCer) to women? There is so much more to MCOCer practice than just the on calls -
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 16
Feel a long sigh of frustration with studies such as this when there is so many areas in childbirth research requiring collaborative focus...., this could cause further fear for women engaging with maternity services; remember the Hannah trial? Here we go again
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Helen Shallow Aug 13
See Doctors in trial. BBC iPlayer. When are Trusts and governments going to be held accountable? Doctors set up to fail just like midwives. Outrageous the poor parents led to blame staff not the organisation who failed them
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 9
Nana was a suffragette, votes for women was just the beginning! Some friends singing....
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Dr Karen Yates Aug 7
Howabout facilitating greater access to midwifery led continuity of care? Plenty of strong evidence for the multitudes of benefits to both women and midwives
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Judith McAra-Couper Aug 7
AGM Auckland Region New Zealand College of Midwives always good to get together as a region and review the year.
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Dr Susan Crowther Aug 7
Replying to @MhairiMcLellan
Happy birthday 🎁
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