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Now on Amazon: Spirituality & Childbirth: Meaning & Care at the Start of Life (Routledge) Eds. Prof. Susan Crowther & Dr Jenny Hall
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These Are My Hours May 13
No Film School, one of the best film blogs around, calls "The Most Cinematic Birth Doc Ever" by Read:
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 16
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 11
Want to play 'continuity counts' in ? New game we have 2 sets. 6 midwives each game. Contact me or
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Dr Jenny Hall Sep 26
Have you seen my chapter on babies in ? It’s important that both motherbaby dyad is recognised
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🚀Rachel Wild Sep 26
yes the dyad is important but every mother was once a baby too - we all remain human in our relationships to each other and to systems. I think the system needs to relate to the baby as a person too
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Dr Sue Calvert Sep 19
. Prof Mary Renfrew. Teach people the right thing.⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Robyn maude Sep 19
Such an exciting beginning to transforming midwifery practice through education
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Spirituality & Birth Aug 26
Beautiful. Lots of Aroha
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Spirituality & Birth Aug 23
Review in MIDIRS ⁦
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Spirituality & Birth Aug 23
Replying to @amhennessey
Wow, thanks for sharing
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Dr Georgina Sosa May 2
Please read & share our paper & DrStockl re: how midwives balance the attributes required for one to one care in labour
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Spirituality & Birth Jul 21
Replying to @helen_shallow
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Anna Hennessey 韓燕 Jul 19
Must read article by on the stunning neurobiology of the maternal brain - mothers go through drastic changes in volume of gray matter after pregnancy and , more so if they attach with their babies
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Spirituality & Birth Jul 18
Advance notice. authoring new book due to be published through Routledge in 2019 ‘Joy at Birth’ . More to follow - further foregrounding the wonder, mystery and spirit of childbirth and being there when new Life emerges amongst us
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Charlene Cole Jun 2
Love this jenny, I find women like to keep things warm, dark and quiet when labouring and I try really hard to be as unobtrusive when measuring FH etc so as not to disturb her
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Mary Newburn Jul 8
said we don't need an RCT to show that kindness is important. I don't know whether you still say this Iain? What else is self-evidently a good?
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Evony Lynch Jul 1
The 'unique melody of birth' 😍 Beautiful.
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Spirituality & Birth Jun 29
To standardise birth is to control and cover up the Dionysian intoxicating uncontainable, unbounded beauty of birth. Birth is a dance that changes tempo - to standardise means to lose the unique melody of each birth.
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✨JennyTheM©✨❤️✒️ENFP-T Jun 28
This award is to all compassionate midwives everywhere - show compassionate be a role model / speak out & feel proud - also dedicated to
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Dr Camila Devis-Rozental Jun 21
Very honest account of how we can feel dehumanized
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