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The Midwife - A Book Review

About the book (from Amazon):

The story about a mother who risks everything to save a child not genetically hers . . .

The Past – Graduate student Beth Winslow was sure she was ready to navigate the challenges of becoming a surrogate.

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Midwives and B.C. reach five-year deal

VICTORIA – After months of negotiations, British Columbia and its registered midwives have reached a five-year agreement.

The Midwives Association of BC has successfully bargained for a variety of resources to serve rural and remote communities along with funding for clinical education services at the University of British Columbia. 104 more words


Holy Hour for Connie and Mary

In advance of the judgment expected Wednesday, we will be having a Holy Hour on Tuesday evening at 7pm.

Please join us to pray that our county upholds the right of conscience. 10 more words

Access to Maternal Healthcare in the Horn of Africa

Today is Universal Health Coverage Day, a day to advocate for universal health coverage to be a cornerstone of the sustainable development agenda and a priority for all nations. 432 more words

Maternal Health

So much sadness.

She stared up at the ceiling, eyes welled with tears, while I stared at the screen, searching, looking for anything that would give me better news. 444 more words

ISUOG Outreach: Interview with Australia Outreach project leaders, Nayana Parange, Sujatha Thomas and Karen Shand

In October 2014, ISUOG Outreach supported a workshop in Darwin (Northern Territory), Australia, in partnership with the Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) to improve maternal health in aboriginal communities. 1,422 more words


speech made on leaving the best job ever...

It’s almost a year since I left work to start full-time study as a PhD student. So ended ten years of part-time and casual work as a midwife in a major metropolitan maternity teaching hospital. 503 more words