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  • Re: Australia

    I was just going to post about the political shenenigans regarding the MSR report Joy beat me to it!
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Isis on 02-23-2009
  • Re: Australia

    Thanks Gloria, it is a very sad time. I am not personally affected, but I have friends who have lost family members, or have friends who have lost their homes in Kinglake and Marysville. Bush fire is one thing, fire storm is another. The fires are still burning, hopefully they will be under control by the weekend when more northerly winds are ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Isis on 02-11-2009
  • Re: Australia

    I love that part of the world :) I used to spend a lot of time in Byron Bay. I am Sydney born and bred, met and married a Victorian thus our settling down here.
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Isis on 02-06-2009
  • Re: Travelling Midwifery

    Wow, that is really cool!
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Isis on 02-06-2009
  • Re: Travelling Midwifery

    Wow, how do you manage to find the women? You must have a great midwifery network
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Isis on 02-06-2009
  • Re: Australia

    Hello! I'm in Victoria, near Geelong. I've lurked (and occasionally posted) on the MT forums for many years. I'm a certified doula (CBI) and am just about to undertake a 4 year double degree in Nursing/Midwifery, with my plan being to go straight out into the community as a private midwife Whereabouts are you located?
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Isis on 02-06-2009
  • The home water birth of my third child

    At around 2am on the 19th (I was 40+1 weeks) I woke with a feeling of heavy period pain. It lasted around 40 seconds and was very much reminiscent of an upset tummy. I rolled over and went back to sleep. Another 'pain' woke me around 15 minutes later, so I went to the loo and sat for a few minutes. Nothing more so I went back to sleep. ...
    Posted to Homebirth (Forum) by Isis on 02-02-2009
  • Re: I'm so thankful the boards are back!

    Me too! I am just about to start my nursing/midwifery studies (4 year double degree) here in Australia and will definitely use the forums to colour in the knowledge I am fed from the texts
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