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This podcast is about the journey it takes to become a midwife. Listen each week as midwives tell the story of their very own Journey to Midwifery. Contact me at JourneyToMidwiferyPodcast@gmail.com ~~Instagram and Facebook at Journey to Midwifery Podcast or @JourneytoMidwiferyPodcast
 
Midwives from all around the world share work conditions, political landscape, community support, and health metrics where they work as well as some amazing birth stories and clinical updates! If you're someone who cares about maternal child health and wants to see midwifery as the gold standard for normal birth around the globe, join us as we give voice to the revolution!
 
Hello, we are Rachel and Erin! Come join us for a spot of tea as we talk all things Call the Midwife. Rachel and Erin have been friends for over a decade. We’ve spent a lot of our friendship living on separate ends of the US. It reminds us of how the show went on after Jenny Lee left Nonnatus House, but remained connected. Much of our lives are comprised of comings and goings, doors opening and closing, or perhaps a window. By moments, meetings, and happenings. The event doesn’t have to be l ...
 
Contractions is a podcast about the politics of midwifery. All contractions address the analysis and practical change of one political issue surrounding childbirth, such as obstetric or reproductive violence, care, workload, sexism or racism. Every contraction is necessary to cope with in order to arrive at the birth of a midwifery care wherein all pregnant people feel free, safe, and emotionally and physically supported. Contractions' aim is to start an international dialogue with midwives ...
 
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Have you ever met a 15-year-old doula? Today cohost Leila Wyatt, CD, SM, talks with student midwife and doula, Trinity Stephens about her experience coming into birth work. They discuss what a “practice birth” is, experiencing racism as a black birth worker, and how a shoulder dystocia solidified her desire to become a midwife. Show Resources -Kill…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/podcast Featuring Alycia Two Bears (Mistawasis Nêhiyawak) ​ Mother, Educator, Birth Worker, Poet and Author raised in the Sharron Proulx-Turners Sweat Lodge, a lodge for women run by women. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/podcast Featuring Dra. T'Karima Ticitl CM, LM (Xicana Indigena, Mexica/Wixárika roots), ​ Mother, Midwife, Ceremonial Woman, Mexica Dancer, and Author of six books including "Birth is a Ceremony" and "My Body, My Birth" ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families! ​…
 
In this episode, our five incredible co-hosts, Augustine Colebrook, CPM, MA-MCHS, Jamarah Amani, LM, Angela Love, CNM, Leila Wyatt, SM, CD, and Delmar Bauta, CPM, discuss all things COVID in relation to birth work, including getting sick or exposed as a birth worker, vaccination while pregnant or body-feeding, and medical sovereignty. Don't miss th…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org Featuring Mariana Harvey (Yakama), íła (mother), Traditional Plants Educator, and Artist along with Itsa Shash (Mexica/Apache), túta (father), Storyteller, Poet, Musician, Massage Therapist ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families! ​…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Leila Wyatt interviews student midwife Michelle New. They dive into the difficult balance of family life and schoolwork/apprenticeship as a student midwife, why finding a preceptor who's right for you is so important, and how to find your voice in your apprenticeship.…
 
In this episode co-host Angela Love chats with midwife Angelita Nixon about her transition out of hospital midwifery. They cover how important it is to educate student midwives, the fight against racism, experiencing global midwifery, and even fighting to change state laws in favor of midwifery. Show Resources: Scenic Drive Midwives…
 
Featuring Dr. Jus Crea Giammarino ND (Penobscot) ​Dr. Jus Crea has lectured extensively on herbal medicine, ethnobotany, midwifery, naturopathic medicine, environmental medicine, and her cultural history and traditions. Read full Guest Bios in our website.저자 Center for Indigenous Midwifery
 
This week co-host Augustine Colebrook talks with previous Masterclass student and co-founder of the Pacific Birth Institute, Jessica Johnston. They discuss all things Masterclass, including her favorite takeaways, how it helped her develop a successful side hustle, what her first few years looked like as a newly certified midwife, and more. You won…
 
In this episode I get to talk with Heather, who was born and raised on Scotland and has been a practicing registered midwife for over 7 years. She and I talk about her journey, the differences of midwifery pathway and practice in the U.K versus the U.S, and some talk of the massive midwife shortage happening in the U.K. It was super fun to have thi…
 
Watch the video on Vimeo or Youtube. Visit our website for more information. Featuring Melissa Meyer (Tsimshian), Mother of two, Plant Medicine and Traditional Foods Educator- Seattle Indian Health Board "The Amazing Anatomy of Pregnancy" Featuring Vanessa Lovejoy-Guron LCCE, CD (DONA), IBC (Filipino) Daybreak Star Doulas ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the…
 
Watch the video on Vimeo or Youtube. Visit our website for more information. Featuring Wicanhpi Iyotan Win Autumn Cavender-Wilson (Wahpetunwan Dakota) Mother, Midwife, Language Speaker and Artist ​ Featuring Margaret David (Athabascan), Mother of four and Certified Nurse-Midwife at the Alaska Native Medical Center ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties…
 
Watch the video in Vimeo or Youtube. Visit our website. "Birth as Ceremony" Featuring Dr. Patrisia Gonzalez (Kickapoo, Comanche, Macehaul), a mother maker and baby catcher, using the medicines on her altar, her bundle and her hands to bring life into this world. "Colostrum: Baby's Perfect First Food" Featuring Camie Jae Goldhammer MSW, LICSW, IBCLC…
 
How can a bad hospital birth experience lead one to pursue midwifery? Today Co-Host Leila Wyatt, CD, SM, talks with Brieana Davison, SM about how a negative birth experience in the hospital led her to midwifery, navigating midwifery school, and identifying different types of preceptors.저자 Midwifery Wisdom Collective
 
Jessica is a Certified Professional Midwife in Anchorage, Alaska and co-founder of the Pacific Birth Institute created to train birth assistance. This episode IS about Jessica's journey, or her call to midwifery, but also about the dynamics of midwifery education and salary, some of the thoughts behind maternal mortality and morbidity and lots abou…
 
Why is burnout so common in the field of midwifery? This week cohost Angela Love, CPM, talks with Margo Keane, CPM, LM about their experience with burnout in midwifery. They address common struggles in the field, their relation to the high rate of burnout, and how to remain resilient in this ever-important profession. Show Resources: - Prevalence, …
 
Marielle Tomlin is a CNM practicing in rural Lancaster PA. She is the new sole owner of WomanKind Midwifery and is venturing her first year of practice AND business ownership! She shares her journey to midwifery and how she balances life with a busy homebirth practice with upwards of 15-20 births a MONTH! Here are links to her social media pages as…
 
What's it like to practice midwifery on a remote island? In this episode, you'll hear from Sunny Daily, a student midwife practicing on the island of Nantucket, Massachusetts. You'll hear all about the difficulty of traveling for births, having limited emergency resources, and working with different preceptors.…
 
Have you ever wondered what it's like to date a midwife? In this episode, Co-Host Angela Love, CNM, interviews her former partner Paul Robinette to discuss just that. You'll also get a peek into Angela's journey into midwifery, including her time as a hospital nurse, a negative experience, and her discovery of birth clinics. Check out the video ver…
 
What does psychological and physical safety look like in an obstetric patient relationship? This is just one of the many questions discussed in this value-packed episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. Podcast Co-Host Augustine Colebrook, CPM, MA-MCHS chat with special guests Kesha Zaffino, JD, IBCLC; Nathan Riley, MD; and Jayvon Muhammad, CPM, MA…
 
This episode is with Dr. Stephanie Mitchell, CNM, DNP and very soon to be CPM. She is on Instagram as @doctor_midwife. Stephanie interviewed originally in Dec 2019 sharing her Journey to Midwifery...you should definitely go check that interview out, it's under "REPLAY..." This episode is an update on Stephanie's journey over the last 24 months and …
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast! Here you'll meet our hosts and listen in on their conversations on midwifery schools, autonomy, racism, licensure, and more! In this episode, you will also get a sneak peek into future episode content and our host’s backgrounds and passions. We can’t wait for you to join us weekly for Mi…
 
Carolyn is a CNM with a long history of midwifery and birth work, dating back into the 1970. She has part in theicipated writing of Varney's Midwifery, she has been in clinical practice, has taught and led the midwifery program at Georgetown, and is currently the owner and instructor of Ultrasound for Midwives--an excellent course offering both did…
 
On this episode we talk about the first season of Call the Midwife. We discuss Jenny's first experiences with being a midwife in the East End of London and who Shank might be and why he is letting Chummy ride is pony. We also discuss the realism of the show and life on the East End and of course Love. We do get a bit sidetracked and talk about the …
 
Megan Gross is a CNM in Dubuque Iowa that owns her own practice specializing in fertility care, hormone balancing and much more. In this episode, Megan shares her journey and why she loves having her own practice. We chat about midwifery, motherhood, kids and more. This was a super fun "coffee date" chat with Megan and I hope you enjoy listening as…
 
'Til Next Time...Sister Bernadette: The Shelah Diaries - Bonus Series Sister Bernadette is excited to have been granted permission to attend a friends wedding, which has her thinking about love and it's many forms. 'Til Next Time...Sister Bernadette: The Shelah Diaries is our take on the innermost thoughts of Shelah (Mannion) Turner.…
 
Hello and welcome to The Tea & Midwifery: A Call the Midwife Podcast. In this episode we discuss the real people behind the characters of Call the Midwife. Jennifer Lee is based on Jennifer Worth, but do you know which others might be based on real people? We definitely had do do some internet sleuthing on this one since Jennifer changed the names …
 
‘Til Next Time...Sister Bernadette: The Shelagh Diaries - Bonus Series Upon more recently entering the order of Saint Raymond Nonnatus; Sister Bernadette explores what it means to be a nun, and some of the questions she has. ‘Til Next Time...Sister Bernadette: The Shelagh Diaries is our take on the innermost thoughts of Shelah (Mannion) Turner.…
 
Welcome to our very first episode! On this episode we introduce ourselves, talk about our friendship, and how we met. We then dive into who Jennifer Worth was and her friendship with Call the Midwife producer and writer Heidi Thomas. Later in the episode we discuss our favorite relationships on the the show...or at least one of our top favorites...…
 
This week we spend a little more time getting to know our illustrious student, Paige Hesen. Paige has been involved in our practice for over a year and has become an important member of our team! This episode, though, is going to be our last for a time. Mod Midwives has been continuously running for two years and we have yet to take a season off. I…
 
This week Nedra and Gina have a frank discussion about those times when we, as practitioners, make mistakes. Sometimes this comes in the form of a missed or mis-diagnosis, sometimes it looks like unhappy clients, and sometimes it's just when we don't stick to boundaries and protocols that we know we should. It doesn't happen often, but it is a part…
 
This week Gina and Nedra discuss why framing breastfeeding/chestfeeding as a simple parenting choice is problematic. Not only is it an oversimplification of very complex issue, this also places blame and shame on new parents who were likely derailed, undermined, or unsupported in meeting their own feeding goals for their babies. We hope you enjoy t…
 
In this week's podcast, Gina and Nedra talk about parenting babies in the wee hours. From what to expect with feeding, to the importance of skin to skin and close contact, to a discussion about safe sleeping arrangements, it's all covered in this episode. As promised, in the discussion of skin to skin, Gina mentioned that she would provide referenc…
 
This week we tackle a topic that most of us don't particularly enjoy talking about: money.We cover a number of topics related to your financial agreement with your home birth midwives from what is involved in the fee to insurance reimbursement to refunds. Just a few takeaways from this week's podcast are:* You are not paying for a home birth, you a…
 
This week, Gina and Nedra bring you another episode in our Practical Advice for Midwifery Practice series. Over the years and between the two of us, we've had a lot of different office configurations: home visits in the clients' home, shared office space, home offices in the midwives' homes, and dedicated office space. This week, we discuss the pro…
 
In this week's podcast, Gina and Nedra tackle the most common questions our clients ask us--both for baby and mom. For baby we discuss: Normal newborn breathing (and clearing of secretions)The fussy second nightUmbilical cord careFor the birthing person we discuss:Postpartum blood clotsAfterpains/cramping (particularly with subsequent babies)Recomm…
 
Peer review is something that midwives--and clinicians of all types--regularly engage in. It's an de-identified, confidential review of cases. It's meant to provide the midwife with feedback, suggestions, and guidance, as well as accountability and continuing education. As an added bonus, it's a great way to develop community and relationship build…
 
On international day of the midwife we focus on caring for ourselves with student midwife Madyasa Vijber. Madyasa is doing her final internship in midwifery, is a doula, and is regularly involved in feminist and anti-racist activism in the Netherlands. She speaks out about our lack of resistance to the system in the form of self-care and raises awa…
 
Astrid is a Certified Professional Midwife practicing midwifery in the paradise community of SteamBoat Springs, CO. She also is a teacher of herbal medicine and has a Women's Herbal Gathering retreat coming up very soon (see links below). Astrid shares her journey to midwifery and how herbal medicine plays a role in her every day life and practice …
 
In this episode, Gina and Nedra discuss a less-than-concrete topic: what traits do homebirthers tend to have in common. From determination, resilience, and intelligence to flexibility and the ability to surrender, there are certain characteristics that we see over and over in our clients and ourselves. We hope you enjoy listening to our reflections…
 
Sharon shares her Journey to Midwifery that starts in Alabama and will come full circle back to Alabama! What is up with Midwifery care in Alabama?? Take a listen to this episode to hear some insights into that. Sharon is currently the Chief Director of the Midwifery program at Bay State but has some big future plans to improve Midwifery care in Al…
 
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