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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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🌺 Carolyn R Hastie 🌱 Jun 23
The book is full of insightful and life-changing concepts isn't it Gill. All the writers have important ideas and experiences to share, all of which can open our mind to not only what's possible, but what's ultimately of huge benefit to humanity
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 23
Replying to @millihill
I do know what you describe- we have a way to go still
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 23
Love this! Insightful and honest
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 23
Indeed, important reminders in our technolust orientated maternity systems. Being present, not only physically present, but also our quality of presence that impacts
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 22
Groan, deep breath.... there is evidence, its common sense and good practice.
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Dr Lorna Davies Jun 21
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Catherine Donaldson Jun 20
Awesome to see you again Kylie & I really enjoyed your presentation, look forward to reading more when finished & published, kiwi midwives rock, great for us to connect! 😘
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Lia Brigante Jun 20
Replying to @SusanCrowtherMW
Thank you so much 🙏🏻❤️ means the world from you 😊
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New Zealand College of Midwives Jun 20
The College is pleased to announce the publication of a new book - 'Continuity of Midwifery Care in Aotearoa New Zealand: Partnership in Action' '
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 19
Lia, Love your energy and constant focus on MCocer - keep going!
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hannah dahlen Jun 18
The indomitable talking about why midwifery continuity of care makes a difference and where we need to head next with our research
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Sheena Byrom Jun 18
now speaking about midwifery led continuity of care - why it matters. ‘the term midwife-led informs the philosophy of care’
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 19
Go well. C u in NZ when we both get back! 🌎
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 19
😘to you. Missed you
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Dr Susan Crowther Jun 19
Tracey - so sorry we did not get to have a chat whilst at conf... it was good to see you though and know you were near by !
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Lia Brigante Jun 19
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Mary Newburn Jun 19
Fab to be with wonderful Obs who is hosting in #2020 in India. So much networking with old friends and new. &
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Bridget Supple Jun 19
Dr Evita Fernandez showing that good midwifery care can change a birthing culture
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Maxine Hardinge Jun 19
Not sticking rigidly to practice guidelines, but rather adjusting them to match the individual situation is actually the safest care Ank de Jonge
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