Here at the UK Birth Centres we are always looking to support women’s choice. We have a holistic approach which puts the focus on each woman as an individual. We know that by keying in to what will help them feel relaxed and more confident when it comes to giving birth is certainly worth pursuing and it is why many of our clients choose a home birth.
Judith's first clinical placement was at Effia - Nkwanta Regional Hospital that has approximately 4500 birth per year.
Exposure to midwifery practice where the midwife is fulfilling her role allowed me personally to regain myself as a practitioner – focussing on the important elements of practice and skill; adapt to the environment (what is actually essential?); accept criticism and praise; be taught and teach; assume credibility as a practitioner with renewed belief in the central role and importance of the midwife.
As promised for National Breast feeding week, here at UK Birth Centres Ltd we are continuing with the topic of how Dads are so important to the success of breast feeding.
We at UK Birth Centres want you to know we are experts in breast feeding support and are committed to helping you succeed in breastfeeding your baby.
Birth is a very instinctual process and could be described as a big “jigsaw” every piece needing to fit tightly to create the full picture.