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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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Kaveri Mayra Nov 19
What an amazing session by today on . So important to take care of our and care providers through that will help in providing for 🤗
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Spirituality & Birth Nov 19
Great name for a journal!
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Alison Baum OBE Nov 15
members 👀this “taster”🎥 deeply concerning talk about detrimental impact of synthetic ➡️ ⬇️lactation & ⬆️post-traumatic stress. 👀 & also her papers for posited physiological mechanism underpinning this
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Dr Susan Crowther Oct 24
Great presentation and discussion on labour onset care by
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hannah dahlen Oct 25
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Pip Wynn Owen Oct 26
The tipping point is here. Time to ROAR to create more than ripples. Change is possible. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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hannah dahlen Oct 26
Stop blaming women 😡 this is us the health provider creating this. We need to own it. I am so over the mantra “too sick, too fat, too old and asking for it”. It is time to change the mantra to “too impatient, too fearful, too busy and making it happen”
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Sheena Byrom Oct 19
‘Most women don’t have this type of birth’ ‘I find it hard to understand why some proclaim there is a ‘cult of normal birth’ - if there is, it isn’t working!’
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Rosey Oct 21
Off to Dundee this morning to talk to a group of health care professionals about my experience. It's really encouraging to see the interest in perinatal mental health,I hope it leads the way in improving services for mums & their families.
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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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