Pregnancy & Cardiovascular Health Research

I’ve spoken before about the importance of Patient and Public Engagement in research and policy decision making. So I’m excited to let you know there’s another project on the horizon that needs your input! This one is Pregnancy and Cardiovascular Health research, and run by Imperial College, London. This year I refused to publicise a …

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Your Rights in Pregnancy and Birth

AIMS (Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services) are pleased to announce the third book in their Guide series: The AIMS Guide to Your Rights in Pregnancy & Birth. This replaces their book ‘Am I Allowed?’. I’m a big fan of AIMS’ work, and not just because they published my Water Birth article last year! …

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Nitisha’s Birth Story – Home Birth After Caesarean

I love a birthing story! I’m always excited to read about other mamas experiences in the Big Birthas Facebook group, and so I asked for permission to share this one with you. This is Nitisha’s home birth after caesarean. It actually took place in November 2019, but proving that baby brain is a lifetime condition, I …

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