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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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Lesley Page CBE Dec 2
Yes it is amazing
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Dr Jenny Hall Sep 15
Exactly- thank you for my early morning stimulating wake up! We still have work to do
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Spirituality & Birth Sep 15
Speaking with wonderful tonight across the globe we realised there is work to be done on materialising how spirituality manifests in midwifery curricula - one thing to get into policies and standards - another to get into proactive educational process
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Prof Susan Crowther Feb 19
Good to see this get published. Spirituality and childbirth: An international virtual co–operative inquiry - ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ it’s been quite a journey!
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Prof Susan Crowther Dec 1
This was such a special heart filled day. The NZ appreciation of diversity & honouring of spirit in midwifery is a huge reason I returned to & Ritual & Being together awakens the sacred in what and how we do everything in midwifery.
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Carolyn R Hastie Nov 14
A powerful critique of modern mothering in the fragmented healthcare system. We can do better than this. Continuity of midwifery care is the best way of reorienting maternity care and respecting/honouring the momentous process of childbearing
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 25
Currently 30% off books at my publisher until 31st Dec! use code: ADS19 for both books and
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Dr Jenny Hall Nov 24
Yes it is a miracle. Would love more people to see it that way. Thank you for writing See our book
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Claudia Massarotti, MD Nov 5
Why is a young ObGyn at a midwifery unit conference? Because , reducing unnecessary interventions + being able to appropriate intervene when necessary is a public health issue & the only way forward is collaboration btw docs, midwives and women.
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NaomiM Nov 6
Thats why we as midwives sit (with woman) in a balanced position between Art and Science...
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Dr Jenny Hall Nov 4
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 5
Yes, it’s interesting how spiritual is often conflated into psychosocial and emotional experiences and needs. Yet it is another layer of our existential experience that brings meaning and highlights our individual and shared purpose to all other aspects of childbirth
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Prof Susan Crowther Nov 5
Totally agree; love it! We will shine so bright collectively that the way forward will be so much more illuminated🌞
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Spirituality & Birth 23 Oct 19
Imagine thinking differently and bringing joy & celebration into the birthing room - leave fear outside- bring sensitivity, calmness & tactful practices at each birth ponder spirituality and childbirth - what does that mean to you?
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Prof Susan Crowther 5 Sep 19
Happy to say I’ve accepted the offer of Professor of Midwifery at in in Auckland NZ. Happy to be working with @NZCOM2019 looking forward to much inspiration & working with awesome scholars prof Liz Smythe & others!
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Prof Susan Crowther 31 Aug 19
And teams can be configured so differently too. Focus needs to be on relational continuity and not make a woman have to get to know a team of 6-8 different midwives. Ive seen this & worked that way - its not CoCer & is exhausting
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Spirituality & Birth 1 Sep 19
Replying to @SusanCrowtherMW
Hope you enjoy. 🙏🏼📖
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