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Best Virtual Midwife podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Virtual Midwife podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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.
 
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Nicole was planning a hospital birth with her second baby due in April 2020 - which was predicted to be a busy time for hospitals due to Coronavirus. With the uncertainty of having to move rooms and the possibility of not being able to have her husband with her, they decided to have a home birth instead. It was not an easy decision to make and Nico…
 
An interview with Marie Claire Balaam who submitted a poster presentation to the VIDM 2020 entitled A review of perinatal social support interventions for asylum seeking and refugee women resident in Europe In this interview you will learn more about The presenters Why they chose this topic The main message of the poster The key findings Where they…
 
An interview with Roisin Lennon who submitted a poster presentation to the VIDM 2020 entitled Normalizing Pregnancy and Birth Rates with Advanced Midwifery Practice in Sligo University Hospital In this interview you will learn more about The presenters Why they chose this topic The main message of the poster The key findings Where they see this res…
 
An interview with Erika Agung Mulyaningsih who submitted a poster presentation to the VIDM 2020 entitled Early Detection of Post Partum Depression (PPD) in Women 1 - 2 weeks Post Partum. In this interview you will learn more about The presenters Why they chose this topic The main message of the poster The key findings Where they see this research g…
 
An interview with Denyse King who submitted a poster presentation to the VIDM 2020 entitled The VRLE Project Virtual Reality Learning Environments - reconfiguring healthcare education In this interview you will learn more about The presenter Why she chose this topic The main message of the poster The key findings Where she would like to see this re…
 
An interview with Erica Lotte and Emily Stallings who submitted a poster presentation to the VIDM 2020 entitled "A Comparison of the Prevention of Early-Onset Group B Streptococcal Disease in Neonates". In this interview you will learn more about The presenters Why they chose this topic The main message of the poster The key findings Where they see…
 
Getting to know Karen Wilmot - committee member for the VIDM 2020 My name is Karen Wilmot and I am a free spirited, entrepreneurial midwife living in Cape Town, South Africa. This is my first year on the VIDM committee and I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with change makers from around the world. I believe that the choices available t…
 
Getting to know Linda - committee member for the VIDM 2020 I retired in 2013 after 43 years working for the NHS as a nurse and a midwife, and for the last 19 years in Higher Education as a midwifery lecturer. I completed my student nurse training in London but moved quickly on to completing my midwifery education in Worcestershire. I then spent sev…
 
Getting to know Halima - committee member for the VIDM 2020 HALIMA MUSA ABDUL, is a Nurse-Midwife, a Fellow of the West African College of Nursing, and a lecturer from the Department of Nursing Science, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. She started her journey into Nursing in the year 1996 in the famous School of Nursing Ahmadu …
 
Getting to know Jane - VIDM Commitee Member Jane F. Houston DNP, CNM, FACNM began her nursing and midwifery education in Scotland where she became a registered general nurse RGN with a Bachelor’s degree and completed her diploma in midwifery in 1992 to become a Registered Midwife. She has always felt called to the profession of midwifery since chil…
 
Getting to know Chris - VIDM Committee Member Chris Woodhouse has worked in many different aspects of IT for over 30 years. Chris became interested in how IT systems and apps are created and supported, leading to active involvement in new uses for IT in small organisations and education. Chris has been facilitating since 2000 and widened his practi…
 
This book was written in 1933 but it is even more relevant today than it was back then with the fear-driven, risk-averse attitudes that pervade the birth space in the 21st century. It seems that we have almost gone backwards. Grantly Dick Read was an obstetrician who dedicated his life to discovering why some women 'suffer" during birth and others …
 
Season 3 is all about which books to ready during pregnancy, and first up is Birthing from Within by Pam England and Rob Horowitz. This is an extra-ordinary guide to childbirth preparation. Each chapter will take you on a journey of exploration into the profound mystery of birth that can never be understood with your mind but is known to your heart…
 
It's an uncomfortable conversation. You may be told that a cut is better than a tear but a tear sounds terrifying! A recent Cochrane systematic review examining the evidence on selective versus routine episiotomies for vaginal birth concluded: “Overall, the findings show that selective use of episiotomy in women (where a normal delivery without for…
 
"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift." Albert Einstein You will be faced with many choices and decisions during pregnancy. Some of them will feel wrong and some will feel right. Some will require a lot of research and study. So…
 
In our society it is a miracle if a woman gets to adulthood without taking on the belief that childbirth is inherently painful. We have been taught this since a young age. It’s the way childbirth is portrayed in the media, and it’s reinforced in all of the horror stories that people love to tell us (particularly when we are pregnant). One reason ou…
 
Shereen Zarroug and Eleonora Fornelli have a vision "to be the catalyst that makes the UAE the leading country in the world with the highest rates of positive birth and parenting experiences as a result of increased and on going support, education and respected choices" ! In this interview they share their respective birth stories, how they came to…
 
In April of 2011, Jen McLellan launched the Plus Size Mommy Memoirs (now called Plus Mommy) blog, housed within the Plus Size Birthwebsite. This award-winning blog, which has received over 4 million pageviews, focused on topics ranging from plus size pregnancy to birth, body positivity to motherhood. A Facebook page and exploded overnight and broug…
 
When you are used to being in control of your life and at work it can be difficult to let go and accept that birth is a process that cannot be 'managed' like a work project and a large part of this process involves letting go of negative beliefs, limiting beliefs, cultural conditioning and factors out of your control. A positive birth experience is…
 
So often, ladies will feedback to me that they “did not know how to push” or that they they were told that they were “doing it wrong.” I am always dismayed when I hear these stories because pushing is instinctive when you work with your body and what you are feeling. You will use the same muscles and techniques as you do when you pass a stool and n…
 
Real Food for Pregnancy Lily Nichols, takes prenatal nutrition advice out of the dark ages and provides an easy-to-follow guide for making the best food and lifestyle choices during pregnancy. Most prenatal nutrition advice is either outdated or not evidenced-based. In Real Food for Pregnancy, Lily Nichol’s debunks a LOT of prenatal nutrition myths…
 
Bellies Abroad was created because becoming a family can be daunting enough – doing it in another culture can be very overwhelming. When women become mothers, we are full of fears and doubts; we do not need the medical community exacerbating this for profit or indolence. Kiersten has been a trailblazer in bringing about change in her community as w…
 
This episode is a bit different as it is a recording of my presentation at the Sensitive Midwifery Symposium in JHB, South Africa. Embracing technology has been hard for me but a couple of years ago I realised that I if I was to remain true to my calling to change birth practices and improve women's experience of birth then I had to change the way …
 
A short meditation to set you up for a healthy pregnancy and tune into the immense changes your body is undergoing. Stay present and enjoy every moment with the knowledge that your body is incredibly capable. Learn to connect with your baby through the heart and womb energy and to trust your inner knowing. Karen seamlessly combines her study of yog…
 
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