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Labour and birth is not only physiological; it is also an emotional, cultural, social and ...
Mental health is an area in which midwives feel notoriously ill-equipped. This article aims to ...
We are delighted to bring you a complete mini-course from the wonderful Ellie Durant, of Midwife ...
All neonates have significant adaptations to make during labour, birth and in the immediate ...
Sepsis was the biggest cause of direct maternal mortality identified in the 2011 Centre for ...
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Two generations of dynamic Byrom midwives, writer-speaker Sheena and her daughter Anna, have given new vision and energy, as well as a gorgeous new look to the venerable monthly journal The Practising Midwife. There's something new as well: an associated online platform of great stuff. Don't miss it if you are a midwife, student midwife, obstetric nurse, doula, or birth educator. You'll find current research, wisdom from senior midwives, survival guides for students dealing with training in today's fast-changing birth culture, tips for balancing work and family life, creative ideas for doulas and midwives to strengthen bonds directed at educating moms about their abilities, rights, and much more.
I have a subscription and I absolutely love it. I always look forward to it dropping through the letterbox. Fabulous online resources too. I find it invaluable in lots of ways; keeping up-to-date with current and evidence based practices, and a great learning resource when writing assignments.
I am a subscriber and absolutely love all the information on All4Maternity there are fantastic resources available - I highly recommend it to anybody thinking of joining. I also love reading through my collection of magazines
A wonderful organisation led by enthusiastic and supportive midwives, health professionals and caring women. They offer an amazing subscription service where you can access all the latest news and information, find support and take part in their dynamic online training courses. You also recieve a brilliant monthly magazine; The Practising Midwife Journal in the post and you can also access this online for extra content! Cannot recommend them high enough!
Sheena is one of the most prolific and influential midwives in the world. Her words, her presence, her presentations, her approach to life and practice, bring a positive urge to improve, to overcome challenges, to provide better midwifery and maternity care for all.
Sheena is an inspirational midwife, a role model not just for midwives now and in the future, but also for obstetricians, to learn, in her own words that "childbirth is not risk free, but it isn’t a risky business, safety depends on workplace culture, collaboration and respect."
I am a registered midwife and have known Sheena for four years, during which time she has acted as a midwifery advisor, mentor and role model through my training and early months as a qualified midwife.