It doesn’t have to be this way – being a newly qualified midwife

An anonymous insight into being newly qualified, challenging the perception that newly qualified midwives should work in obstetrics before working in the caseload model of care

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Hayley’s Story: The twin birth of Tobias and Maximus

On Saturday 10th March 18 I woke up at 6.45 am having a few niggly pains. I asked hubby to take the girls downstairs so I could have time alone to see what came of them. I was 40+8 and hour later I knew this was definitely labour. Hubby took kids to grandmas and I … Continue reading Hayley’s Story: The twin birth of Tobias and Maximus

A Student Midwife’s Experience of Post Traumatic Stress & The Healing Power of Caseload Midwifery

My story of post traumatic stress triggered after a difficult day on placement, the subsequent difficulty of accessing the right help and diagnosis and finally the profound impact of the continuity of support received as a student from a team of caseload midwives. How love, support and encouragement from likeminded midwives aided my healing and made me the midwife I am today.