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A podcast for the thinking woman, not afraid to question the current policy based maternity system. Hosted by the Virtual Midwife, Karen Wilmot who left hospital work to unlearn everything she knew and relearn it in a way that remains true to her calling to be "with women". In this podcast she shares lessons from the labor room, women's wisdom, interviews with thought leaders and discussions with change makers, along with transformational lessons and meditations for pregnancy and birth.
 
Welcome to the podcast all about how babies and families are made. In this series, working midwife, mother and bestselling author Leah Hazard speaks to remarkable women and men from all walks of life about fertility, birth, pregnancy and parenting. She explores the way we see our bodies and our relationships, the choices we make as we build our families, and the highs and lows that those choices can bring. No judgment, no shame. Just real stories, and all the warmth, wit and compassion you’d ...
 
Midwives from all around the world share work conditions, political landscape, community support, and health metrics where they work as well as some amazing birth stories and clinical updates! If you're someone who cares about maternal child health and wants to see midwifery as the gold standard for normal birth around the globe, join us as we give voice to the revolution!
 
Welcome to The Pregnancy Wellness Podcast. Hosted by Pip, a practicing Midwifery Sister with a wealth of experience in assisting and supporting mothers. On a mission to empower women with evidence-based information we speak to special guests and leading experts to discuss all aspects of pregnancy, birth and the postpartum. Equipping you with the best advice and guidance for your journey and having a few giggles along the way. With no further ado let's make a cuppa and create a Pregnancy Well ...
 
Contractions is a monthly podcast about the politics of midwifery. All contractions address the analysis and practical change of one political issue surrounding childbirth, such as obstetric or reproductive violence, care, workload, sexism or racism. Every contraction is necessary to cope with in order to arrive at the birth of a midwifery care wherein all pregnant people feel free, safe, and emotionally and physically supported. Contractions' aim is to start an international dialogue with m ...
 
The Call The Midwife After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of BBC's Call The Midwife. Show summary: The plot follows newly qualified midwife Jenny Lee, and the work of midwives and the nuns of Nonnatus House, a nursing convent, and part of an Anglican religious order, coping with the medical problems in the deprived district of London's desperately poor East End, in the 1950s. The Sisters and midwives carry out many nursing duties across the community. However, with between 80 an ...
 
At GentleBirth we believe that a positive birth comes in many forms - and it's always defined by Mom. We've combined brain science, birth science and technology using the GentleBirth App to help you 'train your brain' for a positive pregnancy, birth and parenting experience. Each day of your pregnancy and postpartum period the GentleBirth App will recommend simple but effective mindfulness techniques, hypnosis, breathing techniques and affirmations for you and your partner to build confidenc ...
 
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If you've been wondering about using Essential oils during pregnancy, your'e going to love this episode with Gayle Friedman from Sunshine Health in Cape Town. Gayle is founder of the Sunshine Colour and Health Academy and Registered Member of Allied Health Professions Council of SA and WOMBS. Gayle has been in the Health Care Field for over 30yrs a…
 
What the Midwife Said is back with a brand new series, and what better way for midwife Leah Hazard to kick it off than with a catch up with adventurer, author, mischief maker, Girl Guiding ambassador and new mum Anna McNuff about how she's had to put her daredevil lifestyle on hold after of the birth of her first child, Storm. Anna, who was Leah's …
 
In this episode we talk to Julie Sharrock, an experienced registered nurse and clinical supervisor about the importance of clinical supervision. We explore the benefits and why professional self-care as an essential form of support for nurses and midwives.Clinical supervision is a formal process that aids supported reflection. It is one tool underu…
 
In this episode we talk about the various scenarios you might face and the tools and resources you will need to feel confident. We know that it's tempting to go in earlier rather than later "just in case", but your labor won't progress any faster because you are in hospital. In fact, the clinical environment may slow or stall your labor and pave th…
 
In this episode, because we love it - we talk about a natural footling breech twin birth, weekends away in the mountains to recharge and last but not least, we answer a mom's question about tearing and episiotomies. We cover the full spectrum from what an episiotomy is, when is it necessary to perform one, when tearing is better than an episiotomy,…
 
This week is the first in our interview series where we speak to birth workers making a difference around the world. Cecile and I trained at Addington Hospital in Durban, South Africa in 1980 something (yes! we are "that old"...) and then years later, we met up when we were both working in the Middle East. We both hold a vision of restoring normali…
 
This week we spend a little more time getting to know our illustrious student, Paige Hesen. Paige has been involved in our practice for over a year and has become an important member of our team! This episode, though, is going to be our last for a time. Mod Midwives has been continuously running for two years and we have yet to take a season off. I…
 
Letter of the week: Dear Karen and Charlene, I have just finished your course - and I loved it by the way, but I have a few questions about pain relief. I have been thinking about about how labour will be - and if i will cope. I have heard that epidurals are amazing for pain relief - but have also heard that they can have an adverse effect on the b…
 
Our weekly listener email Dear Charlene and Karen I actually found your podcast when I was doing a google search to know the difference between a midwife and a doula so it would be great if you could talk about that in one of your shows. I listened to your episode last week about which gyn to choose but recently I have been considering working with…
 
This week Nedra and Gina have a frank discussion about those times when we, as practitioners, make mistakes. Sometimes this comes in the form of a missed or mis-diagnosis, sometimes it looks like unhappy clients, and sometimes it's just when we don't stick to boundaries and protocols that we know we should. It doesn't happen often, but it is a part…
 
Every week, we cover topics of pregnancy, birth and motherhood – and we read your letters and interview relevant folk to bring you the most up to date info in every podcast. We do our research – thoroughly… In this episode, we answer a letter from 20-week pregnant mama Jennifer, asking us for advice on how to best choose a doctor and hospital for h…
 
Each week you are invited to send us your big birth question and we'll give you every angle of the dangle. This week a listener, Fran, shares her concerns about whether her midwife or OBGYN will know if she has had sex when she is examined - if sex was the activity that induced her labour? Also, she is feeling mighty frisky - and we assure her this…
 
Kind of a continuation of “client selection…” do we risk women out, or do we be honest about when we are not comfortable? What clinical factors (or not) do we take into account when agreeing to work with someone? This is maybe a long winded topic because of all the potential mini-conversations.Autor: Maryn Green, CPM and Nathan Riley, MD
 
Each week you are invited to send us your big birth question and we'll give you every angle of the dangle. This week a listener shares her concerns about how her partner might react during birth. Will he still find her desirable afterwards and will her body change? Charlene and Karen share their recommendations and some anecdotes - both funny and s…
 
I've partnered up with the best doula in South Africa Charlene Yared West, founder of Relax into Birth. We have been working together for the last few months bringing our collective knowledge and expertise into a course that highlights "the doula and the midwife" perspective and we had such fun doing it that we decided to share it on our podcast. W…
 
This week Gina and Nedra discuss why framing breastfeeding/chestfeeding as a simple parenting choice is problematic. Not only is it an oversimplification of very complex issue, this also places blame and shame on new parents who were likely derailed, undermined, or unsupported in meeting their own feeding goals for their babies. We hope you enjoy t…
 
In this week's podcast, Gina and Nedra talk about parenting babies in the wee hours. From what to expect with feeding, to the importance of skin to skin and close contact, to a discussion about safe sleeping arrangements, it's all covered in this episode. As promised, in the discussion of skin to skin, Gina mentioned that she would provide referenc…
 
Nathan starts this one off with a brief recap/final thoughts around our “types of midwives” episode; then, Maryn and Nathan dive into a brief discussion around how pregnancy is often approached from a fatalist perspective. Is it really our job as caregivers to constantly focus on what could go wrong?…
 
This week we tackle a topic that most of us don't particularly enjoy talking about: money.We cover a number of topics related to your financial agreement with your home birth midwives from what is involved in the fee to insurance reimbursement to refunds. Just a few takeaways from this week's podcast are:* You are not paying for a home birth, you a…
 
This week, Gina and Nedra bring you another episode in our Practical Advice for Midwifery Practice series. Over the years and between the two of us, we've had a lot of different office configurations: home visits in the clients' home, shared office space, home offices in the midwives' homes, and dedicated office space. This week, we discuss the pro…
 
Teresa LW and Inderjeet Kaur, Fernandez Foundation, India The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends Delayed umbilical cord clamping (not earlier than 1 min after birth) for improved maternal and infant health and nutrition outcomes. The aim of this paper is to investigate the effect of delayed vs early cord clamping on breast feeding and skin …
 
Bullying in the workplace is never OK, but it is a reality for many. The experience can have a detrimental impact on health and wellbeing and may be related to long-term negative impacts.In the second part of this special double episode of the podcast Mark talks to Tessa Moriarty, a mental health nurse who shares her personal story of workplace bul…
 
Bullying in the workplace is never OK, but it is a reality for many. The experience can have a detrimental impact on health and wellbeing and may be related to long-term negative impacts.In this special double episode of the podcast we discuss workplace bullying and harassment and what kind of support is available for those who experience it. In th…
 
In Indian health care settings Midwifery-led care is in its infancy. In public maternity settings, practice of prophylactic episiotomy is implemented for all primigravidae and for those with diagnosis of meconium-stained liquor or LGA baby. From December 2020 to January 2021, 55 mothers were supported during birth by the midwifery mentors and train…
 
Loving your growing, changing body with Chessie King Pregnancy is such a momentous time in a woman’s life, your body is entirely devoted to growing a new little human life… or two! Breasts, bums and bellies grow rounder, our skin changes, we grow a superhuman sense of smell and can often vomit or cry with the flick of a switch. There are undoubtabl…
 
In this week's podcast, Gina and Nedra tackle the most common questions our clients ask us--both for baby and mom. For baby we discuss: Normal newborn breathing (and clearing of secretions)The fussy second nightUmbilical cord careFor the birthing person we discuss:Postpartum blood clotsAfterpains/cramping (particularly with subsequent babies)Recomm…
 
One of the most important things to consider as a new parent is ways to practice safer sleeping with your little one. Sadly, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome claims the lives of around 4 babies each week in the UK so informing ourselves about ways to help reduce this risk and to ensure your baby is sleeping as safely as possible is a key part of parent…
 
Why caring for YOU in the postpartum is so important - With Emma Bord During pregnancy and birth your body has nurtured, grown and birthed your newborn baby. Your body undergoes huge physical and physiological changes during these stages and often we underestimate the importance of caring for your body after birth. The fourth trimester can encompas…
 
Peer review is something that midwives--and clinicians of all types--regularly engage in. It's an de-identified, confidential review of cases. It's meant to provide the midwife with feedback, suggestions, and guidance, as well as accountability and continuing education. As an added bonus, it's a great way to develop community and relationship build…
 
On international day of the midwife we focus on caring for ourselves with student midwife Madyasa Vijber. Madyasa is doing her final internship in midwifery, is a doula, and is regularly involved in feminist and anti-racist activism in the Netherlands. She speaks out about our lack of resistance to the system in the form of self-care and raises awa…
 
All things Skin health with Erica Rodriguez Maintaining or even achieving a healthy, glowing complexion seems to be a never-ending mission. From dry to oily, breakouts to pigmentation our skin complaints are extensive and the range of products on the market are an absolute mind field. After all, our skin is the biggest organ on our body and it is a…
 
Astrid is a Certified Professional Midwife practicing midwifery in the paradise community of SteamBoat Springs, CO. She also is a teacher of herbal medicine and has a Women's Herbal Gathering retreat coming up very soon (see links below). Astrid shares her journey to midwifery and how herbal medicine plays a role in her every day life and practice …
 
This week The Pregnancy Wellness Podcast is taking a mini pause. Because sometimes in life we all need to hit that pause button for a moment. So this week I have recorded a little bonus episode for you- a short, simple pregnancy relaxation. I hope this helps to bring a little calm to your chaos and restores some peace in any of our busy lives. Let'…
 
Acupressure for induction and augmentation of labour Loredana Zordan, Independent midwife, Italy Acupressure is an ancient Chinese technique based on the principle of acupuncture which involves the use of finger pressure (without the needle) on specific points along the body. Chinese culture believes the points to the junction of the meridian pathw…
 
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