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Kathryn Gutteridge
Bereaved mother, needed Nana Consultant mw psychotherapist campaigns for Sanctum Midwives educates, supports women surviving sexual abuse & childbirth.
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Kathryn Gutteridge Apr 18
Brilliant Mary RD you have highlighted a choice that women have but have not taken. Professional safe and woman centred.
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Kathryn Gutteridge Apr 16
Sage advice. Lets all practice this.
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Laura Godfrey-Isaacs Apr 16
Midwifery colleagues - for a brilliant insight into Trans issues pls see
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The Wounded Healer Apr 16
A doctor had a heart attack & was admitted into the hospital he works in for treatment. He was inundated with get-well soon cards. Another doctor had a mental breakdown but was taken to an 'out of area' hospital because of fear of how people would react if they found out Stigma
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priyanka idicula Apr 12
Women will always congregate and find a way out no matter how hard you push her she will fight back and midwifery will always be around . Her form may change but she will always be around.
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Kathryn Gutteridge Apr 15
Could not agree more. That is exactly what a midwife does, assess risk, inform and support all women. Just so happens some of them have a public profile but we care for ALL women irrespective.
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Kathryn Gutteridge Apr 1
It happens already clinical directors are not always drs
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Ben Maxwell Freeman Mar 29
Chechnya is herding gay & bi men into concentration camps. Brunei will push gay sex with death. A religious community has shut down lgbt rights lessons in a British school. Lgbt people are being oppressed every single day. Straight people, we desperately need your help.
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NSPCC Feb 22
It's time Gov steps up and creates a new social media law to keep children safe from online abuse. Help us end the
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Kathryn Gutteridge Mar 31
This is a hard day for me my empty arms ache for the loss of my daughter but i know that i am not alone in sadness this day.
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Kathryn Gutteridge Mar 30
Indeed!!!! Stats cant lie.
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Cate Langley Mar 29
women who choose home or MLU will have chosen IA and there are a numbers of MLUs across the UK that have a lot of VBACs and have done so for some time
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Kathryn Gutteridge Mar 29
Thank God for once women can be free of the 'just in case' care model. Hate to see women being held hostage to their fetus as they are so often told.
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Dr Jenny Hall Mar 25
“Establish a stand alone National midwifery Service” 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 How complicated would that be with multidisciplinary working I wonder?
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Kathryn Gutteridge Mar 26
Replying to @wparrysmith
We must change the narrative from fear to compassion
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Kathryn Gutteridge Mar 16
Thanks Alex you were so gracious and really human. We loved having as our host. X
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LiberalLou Mar 7
I had 2 home births after a cat 2 EMCS. I love this! We as Midwives must support women’s choices. Our role is to be their advocate. Give them the information and evidence thus empowering them to make the decision! This is what my Midwife did, & this is why I became a midwife!
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Neil Cowan Mar 8
Chuffed to pick up the good ideas award for name idea. Presented by the President! who spent the day with us yesterday. Thank you so much Kathryn & RCM - a marvellous midwifery week
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🚀Rachel Wild Mar 7
Decisions like this are not taken lightly I realise but I think maternity in UK should develop an expectation for units over a certain size to retain consultant RMs
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Paula Shobbrook Mar 7
Delighted to welcome RCM President ⁦⁦⁩ -guest speaker at our annual midwifery away day ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and the brilliant team for what you do. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦
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