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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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Amanda Carter Oct 19
In an age where busyness seems to be a competitive sport this article provides a great alternative viewpoint
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 19
Replying to @gmcfitzy
Agree, being asked to be resilient in a challenging system that's not working well is unfair
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 19
Replying to @GillMoncrieff
Exactly!
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 19
We Don’t Need Self-Care; We Need Boundaries this so applies to Midwives. Worth reading; more myth busting around the enthusiastic promotion of resilience and health care practitioners. Good to see the notion resilience getting critiqued more.
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Impressive
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Great slide. Woman led preferable to institutional led services are so crucial
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Megan Cooper Oct 18
The catchphrase from my presentation today @ the which I hope will resonate with all midwives... ' as a woman-centred profession, needs woman-centred research'
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Jane Morrow Oct 17
presents the SA campaign to raise the profile of the midwife - continuity of midwifery care improves outcomes for mothers and infants $60,000 well spent
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Carolyn R Hastie Oct 17
‘We need it all... ‘ for women and their babies to enjoy best outcomes. Keynote wisdom from Tanya Farrell
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Wow , sounds fascinating!
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Indeed it is sad that it does not reflect contemporary Midwifery practice for many. Nor is it the experience of many women experiencing Midwifery care when units are so super busy that everyone is rushing around multitasking. That does not mean we can ignore what needs to change
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Spot on
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Good blog Helen. Thanks. I have mixed feelings about the RCM conference this year. The realities/challenges of the profession ‘out there’ and the conf content did not feel connected somehow. However it was great to see colleagues & see the excitement and enthusiasm of student mws
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 18
Celebrate! 👍👏🏼😘💃🏾
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 17
Yes please! Astounding that great evidence is not implemented ASAP simple!
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Mary Renfrew Oct 15
So: new evidence on risks of over-use of caesarean section , fetal movement counting (AFFIRM), now induction pre-42 weeks. Can we please have a serious conversation on implementing continuity of midwifery care, which does work?
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Lia Brigante Oct 17
Let's talk all the things continuity! Join us for a free webinar tomorrow with & re-launching our ilearn module on continuity of carer & Register here:
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 17
Replying to @rjwrm @lia_bri and 18 others
Can’t find it on FB?
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 17
Replying to @lia_bri @rjwrm and 18 others
Joined this one!
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