Originally posted on Girls' Globe: Last week, I wrote a post suggesting that the lives of mothers and babies in Afghanistan are showing signs of improvement. That was prior to the launch of the second State of the World’s Midwifery…
Choice for women in where to give birth has hit the headlines and took social media by storm, as the below press release was issued by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) yesterday:- “Women who are healthy and … 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 →
Afghanistan has one of the world’s highest maternal mortality rates. So what better way to mark International Day of the Midwife than to highlight the work of Afghan midwives. In Afghanistan, midwifery training is typically an eighteen month programme, and … Continue reading →
I write this first blog from the comfort of my London home. I have given a lot of thought as to how best to kick off this new blog site, but the same recurring thoughts keep coming back to me. … 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.