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      60 seconds with…Dr Louise Page MBBS MSc MRCOG

      Dr Louise Page is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at the West Middlesex University Hospital, and an honorary senior lecturer at Imperial College, London. She has a special interest in pregnancy in women with underlying medical conditions. Dr Louise Page...

      Interview With…Kirsty Bennett

      When I was looking for nanny job opportunities, I discovered and decided to attend the Level 4 Maternity Nurse Training Course at Babyem. I really enjoyed the course – it was informative and very well led. The teacher was friendly and explained everything...

      6 Things You Didn’t Know About Birth Trauma

      Words: Stephenie Chan | Editor: Zoe Mason   Generally speaking, a traumatic event is psychologically distressing and unexpected. This sudden event has the potential overcome the stressor (the mother in the case of psychological birth trauma, PBT) and cause them to...

      Interview With…Ragel Storar, Maternity Nurse

      I found working with twins challenging, but a steep learning curve. The placement encourages you to be mature and organised. As working with twins is more intensive as well as emotionally taxing while supporting the parents. The placement is really valuable in...

      60 Seconds with…Sally Cranfield

      0:00 Tell us a bit about you. I’ve based my training company in Brighton, East Sussex and I have two adult daughters, both of whom still enjoy massages. 0:03 What made you set up Massage for Babies ? I’d been teaching parents for 11 years, starting before...