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TPM is the leading practice-focused journal for midwives, now incorporating the NEW online platform for all maternity workers 👉🏽. Come join us!
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Hannah Tizard Jun 22
Hi all. Please RT as wide as poss! ONLY 11 days left to donate. Can YOU help? Any donation welcome. Amazing FREE global BIRTH website for all to use LINK:
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Sheena Byrom May 17
Interested in accessing info on in one space 4 FREE? We’re developing a platform & need lots of support please 🙏🏽 for this global resource 🙋🏻‍♀️
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hannah dahlen Jun 1
I’ve donated - what about you ?
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ThePractisingMidwife Jun 20
Replying to @PMNCH @BirthRepository
Thank you!
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The Partnership Jun 11
Exciting news! A FREE online repository of resources on normal childbirth is underway and needs your help to make it a success. Find out how here ➡️
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✨Deirdre Munro✨ Jun 20
We’re crowdfunding to help build the world’s first FREE birth repository - a website of resources, evidence, videos, articles, guidelines, reports about all childbearing physiology. Only 18 days to raise the last £3,800 🙏🏼share with everyone
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BirthRepository Jun 1
We have everything in place to develop this FREE online repository of information on . Please help if you can to make it happen 🙏🏽
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✨JennyTheM©✨❤️✒️ Jun 20
Please welcome . as a tweeting . Marie is was awarded Breastfeeding Champion at . Marie campaigned to change practice in obstetrics theatre in her area so that dyadic takes place . ❤️Marie wrote this quote ❤️
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Mhairi🌟StMW Jun 20
It might be a little bit sad how excited I am for my badge 😂 can't wait for the conference and to meet up with the rest of the again!
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✨JennyTheM©✨❤️✒️ Jun 20
I love the way you write so naturally & I see how hard you all work to connect with women & families - very proud of you Charlene ❤️
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ThePractisingMidwife Jun 20
Hi! Where do you order these chairs from please?
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ThePractisingMidwife Jun 20
And your module out soon! 👌🏽🙏🏽
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Michala Jun 20
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ThePractisingMidwife Jun 20
Have you considered advertising in our journal? We have a cutting edge platform for maternity workers too - get in touch, we’d love a chat!
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ICM Jun 20
How to raise the profile of ? Check this great video made on by a group of committed and proud student midwives in Lausanne, Switzerland, that captures the opinion of the public about 'what is a midwife':
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Hermione Jun 19
My first ever blog: Dyspraxic Midwife - a reflection on my career and motherhood. With thanks to for hosting my blog and for inspiration
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Prof Amy Brown Jun 19
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Lisa Ramsey Jun 19
...words from a woman who has been to see her local Consultant Midwife to talk through her previous birth experiences and plan her upcoming birth experience. We must listen, and listen well, providing space and opportunity for people to share their birth experiences in safety.2/2
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✨JennyTheM©✨❤️✒️ Jun 19
Im with you at tonight’s tweet chat - go slowly & DM me on if you need anything or feel stuck - I’m here to support you & will catch up ASAP & sends love
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WeMidwives Jun 19
Let's begin! is a screening test due to be rolled out in England in October. There have been questions over the way Down Syndrome has been portrayed in the literature. So our 1st question is: 1. Is it possible to be neutral when discussing Down Syndrome?
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