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Thursday, 31 October 2019 / Published in Antenatal, Meet the Midwife, Midwife
Using hypnosis as a birth preparation tool is becoming increasingly popular and thousands of women would testify to its efficacy. However, sceptics hear the word ‘hypnosis’ and it brings to mind holiday entertainment with unsuspecting members of the audience being made to cluck like chickens or bark like dogs up on stage! Either that, or
Thursday, 31 October 2019 / Published in Meet the Midwife, Midwife
A great poem from our very own Melanie Ambrose: They cuddle and hold the baby, but who does that for you? They coo and smile and gaze at her, but they’re ignoring you! The baby’s fed, the baby’s washed, the baby’s needs are met. You’re hungry, tired and tearful and you haven’t showered yet! You
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 / Published in Antenatal, In The News, Midwife
A recent article in the Mirror online aims to find out the truth on whether you’re legally entitled to paid time off for maternity appointments. Our recent study found that more than 1 in 4 women said their partner was unable to attend midwife appointments due to their workplaces not granting the necessary time off.
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 / Published in Antenatal, In The News, Midwife
Our survey of 300 UK mums who have given birth in the past five years found that more than 1 in 4 women said their partner was unable to attend midwife appointments due to their workplaces not granting the necessary time off. The research also revealed that 25% of respondents said that their partner was
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