In advance of Birth Companions‘ launch of the Birth Charter for women in prisons next week, Maternal Matters is delighted to squeeze in an interview with busy lady Viv Gray, trustee of Birth Companions, independent midwife, mum-to-two and gran-to-one – … Continue reading →
This event took place about 5 years ago now and it is one of my ‘stand out’ memories from my time working as a midwife. I was working a night shift on delivery suite. A labouring woman was admitted; handcuffed … Continue reading →
It’s been a long time since I’ve last blogged. I guess I’ve been caught up in my own maternal matters as I endured the long, hot London summer during my third trimester and then recovered from a difficult labour and … Continue reading →
This is the research blog of Dr Sally Pezaro. Sally is 'The Academic Midwife' working to secure excellence in teaching and maternity services. Specialist interests include maternity services, workforce and midwifery research.
We are using person-centred thinking tools in pregnancy and parenthood so that women can have a more personalised and empowering experience. Bloggers are Esther Sharma, an experienced midwife and Helen, an expert in person-centred practices.