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Rosie Goode Nov 20
Fabulous news! Trustworthy evidence based resources for women, birthing people and all of us supporting them. Congratulations to the gorgeous and Team for making this happen Rxx
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Laura Warsop Sep 5
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Stockport Birth Services Jan 12
Birth Rights Are Women's Rights Are Human Rights. What happens in the birth room matters. To the baby. The parents. The staff. Me. You. Society.
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TheHawthorneArchives May 14
's child is fair of face, 's child is full of grace, 's child is full of woe, 's child has far to go...
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nobody 19 Nov 19
There are 7 basic human & should not touch any of these. is also a birthright but we need to sort that out amongst ourselves everyone just wants a
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marianne white 27 Nov 19
Woman centered. thinking about how we give information in each and every clinical situation.
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Anna Cochran Aug 15
Don’t even get me started on partners not being allowed on postnatal wards in some hospitals AT ALL after the birth! New parents completely isolated from their village/support system!This policy is harming new parents!
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Rebecca Matthews 25 Jul 19
Replying to @sharrington_k @UCLan
Exactly why should re-assess the impact of the title of their ‘Normal Birth Conference’. Universities play a key role in social justice- by promoting the idea of ‘normal birth’ UCLAN is actively disempowering women.
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Rebecca Matthews Feb 5
And what role does the of CS play here? I can imagine that even if you’ve got pretty resilient MH the comments you experience after a CS, in a society which equates CS to lazy/abnormal, could be pretty damaging.
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Claire A 13 Apr 19
Upon seeing a very detailed birth plan, a supervisor smiled brightly ‘oh I love it when they tell us no, reminds me of the seventies.’
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Tatiana Schild Nov 4
Replying to @tatianaschild
Victory for pregnant women in France as leaked government document reveals mothers will no longer be made to wear face masks during labour - after campaigners reported feeling 'suffocated'
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Thatmanmidwife 4 Jul 19
So I wrote this blog a number of years ago when I worked at another Trust but the messages still run true.... Women deserve respectful care but we also need to respect and care for our colleagues
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Mother Nurtured 3 May 19
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Sarah Cowperthwaite Oct 13
Really settling in and loving my new voluntary role in our local :)
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Abueladoulas 21 Mar 19
Thank you @LetsTalkBirth19 It's been real. Thank you for giving the platform to start the conversation. Long may it continue.
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Susan Jenkins Jun 29
My friend California Sarah Davis is running for a seat in the -- please join me in making a donation to her campaign.
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Tibetans Mar 22
Replying to @Viceversaae
The Time for mute spectator is over, we’ll no longer shy to challenge, regardless Chinese brutality, its our basic & freedom is our .
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Randi McCallian May 23
Join me tomorrow for a discussion with these dedicated folks! Hear about one of my top areas of passion and devotion - reproductive health ❤️
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Louise Lumley Nov 11
Join our free webinar next Wednesday, focusing on the crucial topic of shared decision making and supportive care during childbirth
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Meghan Rice Cunningham 7 Jan 19
We need homebirth to be available to women all across Ireland. Currently many places dont hVe access to this birth choice.
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