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Journal Vol. 28, No. 1 — Caring for Midwives

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

Potential for real change
Beverley Beech and Gill Boden talk about new opportunities for maternity care

Caring for future midwives
Sarah Davies takes a look at trauma support for student midwives

Blowing the whistle
The story of a midwife brave enough to say that things were wrong for women in her care

It could happen anywhere
Maria C follows up her story

To be or not to be
Beverley Beech takes a look at what women want from supervision

Supervision - where now?
Tania McIntosh explores the issues facing midwifery supervision

My name is Imogen
Imogen Jenner reports on her experience of bullying in the NHS

Too busy to be nice
Hayley Huntoon shares her frustrations at the lack of resources available

Dear Baroness Cumberlege
Andy Beckingham writes to the Maternity Review Team

Bonding and Wellbeing
Rosemary Mander asks 'support by whom?'

Midwife at the heart of normality - being with women in childbirth
Jenny Patterson reports on the conference at Southern General, Glasgow on 16th January 2015

Physiological birth: Promoting normality, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Jackie Moulla report on the conference which took place on 11th September 2015

Considering a home birth
Belinda Ambrose shares her story

The battle for Cordelia
Jane Reeve shows just how difficult it can be to get support

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Also in this issue:
National Maternity Review, The Kirkup Report, Obituary - Andrea Robertson, Enough by Hannah Dahlen

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