Reflections: 3 Months as a Caseload Midwife

3 months into my new job as a caseload midwife and I wanted to share more about the practicalities of this way of working. I have looked back on my diary over the last 2 months to provide a detailed idea of how many appointments are done, how many on calls we have and importantly how many of those we are actually called out. This post is also a reflection of my learning points in terms of self care, things I have picked up on which I am sure are common themes for caseload midwives.

Continuity Really Matters

A truly heart warming story of a midwives journey to becoming the midwife she really wanted to be. Tina talks about what influenced her throughout her life, in a journey that led to her becoming such a positive influence and role model herself.

Starting Out As A Caseload Midwife

‘WELCOME HOME’... They were the words of a friend who understands my need to work in caseload midwifery in response to me sharing that I’d been to my 1st birth with my new team back in September. Those words sum it up perfectly because it so feels like home, where I can finally be the midwife I want to be!!! I thought after a month of being with Neighbourhood Midwives NHS team I would share a bit about my experience so far.