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Yana Richens OBE
Consultant Midwife . NIHR Clinical Academic Training Phd Research fear of birth. Mary Seacole Fellow co ed in Chief Ed board
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Yana Richens OBE Nov 6
Why Textbooks May Need to Update What They Say About Birth Canals
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Tina Lavender Oct 25
Amazing presentations by Geita and Bugando teams who presented their clinical audit findings. Inspirational midwives.
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BJM Oct 10
Pregnancy can be tough on ; even more so when the woman is vulnerable. So we asked are vulnerable migrant women invisible in maternity services? Read here:
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 28
Highlights the importance and potential impact of
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 14
Replying to @Pjp113 @kimbersmorris
Thank you Paul as midwives we need to listen and support and where needed appropriate referral
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 14
Replying to @SagefemmeSB
Thank you Sheena means a lot coming from you 😙
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 14
Brilliant I would love to hear more it was my Phd
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
Thanks Julie can you send me the study too please :)
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
Great to hear and thanks for raising the issue wome need support and not labels 😊
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
link to structured review for tools to assess
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
Ask an expert about fear of giving birth
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
Absolutely I have published findings on variation of tools the most important and fundamental point is listen to what women say and
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
Great to hear Julie but need clear definitions
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
Absolutely anxiety and fear of birth is on a continuum and can change and fluctuate. Studies use different definitions
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
did not find this, increased anxiety in some women but not Tokophobia. Need to be careful not to confuse PTSD with secondary
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Yana Richens OBE Sep 13
We need a proper definition and support for pregnant wome women. Tokophobia is rare and women need psychiatric support
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