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Dr Jenny Hall
Wife,mumof5,midwife(physical&spiritual),educator,researcher, Worshipper,trying to make a difference. My views, not those of any org.
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Gill Moncrieff 14h
Often also a personal sacrifice in terms of the values and beliefs that brought us into the profession in the first place. It doesn’t have to be this way
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Oli Silverwood-Cope 14h
High attrition is a waste of investment in training. Of course being a is a wonderful job, a privilege and a vocation❤️ But why such huge personal sacrifice and cost?
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Dr Jenny Hall 14h
Preventing, recognising, and responding to fear of childbirth and birth trauma
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Dr Jenny Hall 15h
This 👇🏻. It’s no wonder attrition is high. Time to put this right
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Miranda Hart 16h
I so desperately want to live in a world where leaders are vulnerable. By vulnerable I mean open, human, free to apologise instead of covering up. People who know who they are, show us who they are and why they are leading. Not people stifled by or high and grasping on the power.
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Jacqueline Priego ☕ May 24
BBC News - University counselling services 'inundated by stressed academics'
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Donna Burtchaell May 24
Speakers Sheena Byron, OBE, Author and Consultant Midwife and Prof. Soo Down, OBE Author & Professor in Midwifery Studies at South Southwest Hospital Group getting ready to at the workshop for
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Dr Debbie Holley May 24
Honoured to be presenting at the institute of pedagogy, Uniwersytet Marii Curie- Sklodowskiej, Lublin / keynote and running some tech workshops ( thanks to FLIE LTs as ever / using your materials! )
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SRIP May 24
Recently published in JRIP: Association of psychosocial–spiritual experiences around childbirth and subsequent perinatal mental health outcomes: an integrated review
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Dr Jenny Hall May 24
Replying to @BilNaylor_
Yup- seems only right
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Dr Jenny Hall May 24
Seriously isn’t this time for us, the people, to choose the next government? We did not vote Mrs May in- we will not be voting in the next Conservative leader in June? Time to have a
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Dr Jenny Hall May 24
Replying to @hadtofall
Thinking of you. Big hug. 💜
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Dr Jenny Hall May 24
Thank you Sue
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Jenny Patterson May 23
wonderful paper amazing new insights that resonate: ‘how’ we are with women is crucial not just what we ‘do’ & valuable conceptual model showing harm of unmet needs & incongruent care
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Dr Jenny Hall May 24
Thank you Jenny- glad it has helped
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Dr Susan Crowther May 23
I would value hearing what comes up for you all. On one hand it is self evident on the other hand subject matter has remained unspoken. Found a few editorial errors, that is annoying, but overall Jenny and I are super happy to get this work shared.
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Dr Jenny Hall May 23
Great to see this- I will try and put mine up too. You are doing brilliantly Clare
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Dr Jenny Hall May 23
Thank you! Any discussion welcome
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Dr Jenny Hall May 23
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Dr Jenny Hall May 23
Big issue. Time this is put right - it discriminates against older and disabled women particularly BBC News - Two female loos for every male one, experts recommend
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