Midwife RSS Feeds
Site - midirs.org/category/blog
About Site - Midwifery Journals, Article Database. The globally respected information service for midwives - if you're a midwife or student on a midwifery course, MIDIRS can help. Follow this blog to keep up to date with current knowledge and thinking through continuing professional development as a midwife.
Site - midwifediaries.com/blog
About Site - How to become a midwife, midwifery motivation and inspiration. Midwife Diaries is here to empower midwives and anyone wanting to become a midwife. I've also written a book called 'Becoming A Student Midwife'. Follow this blog to get resources for midwifery applicants, student midwives and midwives.
Site - sarawickham.com
About Site - This website is the online home of midwife, teacher, author and researcher Dr Sara Wickham. It contains hundreds of free articles and blog posts for anyone seeking information about birth and midwifery as well as details of other resources, Sara's online courses, live events and books. Follow this site and get information, inspiration and illumination for midwives.
Site - midwifeandlife.com
South East, England
About Site - Hi, I'm Jenny, I am a qualified Midwife, Blogger and a Mum of 3. I needed a flexible career that used my skills and knowledge but allowed me to work from home. Blogging and offering my services as a Midwife advisor allows me the freedom to do this. Follow this blog as I help you through pregnancy and parenting.
Site - amidwifeonthepath.com
About Site - I am a Midwife working in a free standing birth center and striving to improve Maternal/Infant healthcare in the US. Follow this site to get more information on midwives.
About Site - This podcast is about maternity for midwifes and moms to be. Here, they educate, empower and give expecting parents the support they need so they can have a rewarding pregnancy, birth and postpartum experience.
Site - reddit.com/r/Midwives
San Francisco, CA
About Site - A place for media, stories, research, resources and opinions related to midwifery and women's health. Posts are about women's health, birth, and the politics, art, and current policies that surround reproduction. Follow this reddit to know all about midwives and birth.
Site - all4maternity.com
North West, England
About Site - All4Maternity is an online platform to support, develop and nurture every midwife and maternity worker: from volunteers, doulas, aspiring midwives, obstetricians through to senior clinicians, academics, leaders and change agents working throughout maternity services.
Site - mumsymidwife.com
West Midlands, England
About Site - Midwife - Mum - Parent - Pregnancy - Lifestyle - Beauty. A 20 something midwife, now a mum. I've worked in midwifery for years and now I'm taking the giant leap into motherhood. I blog about pregnancy, parenting and terrible TV along with any other musings that take my fancy, such as the art of eating good cake. Follow my blog as I share my views on midwives and pregnancy.
Site - rixarixa.blogspot.com
About Site - I have longstanding personal and professional interest in childbirth, maternity care, breastfeeding, and women's issues. During my graduate studies, I attended both home and hospital births as a certified doula and as a midwife's assistant. My current research endeavors include vaginal breech birth, human rights in childbirth, physiologic birth, out-of-hospital birth, and midwifery. Follow this blog to get articles on midwives, childbirth and much more.
Site - cavegirlplusone.com
About Site - My name is Meghanne Reburn, my friends call me Meg, or Meg the Midwife. Meg the Modern Paleo Midwife share's her tips and tricks for optimizing nutrition for fertility, pregnancy and beyond!
Site - feministmidwife.com
About Site - Ponderings on women, health, and care. Welcome to Feminist Midwife! I'm a midwife working in urban America. Currently in my third year of practice, I'm constantly considering the roles of reproductive rights, women, and healthcare in the States and abroad. I hope to find in this blog a space to process, learn, and grow. I'm fired-up, emotional, excited, and thrilled about it all.
Site - mana.org/blog
About Site - In 1982, the Midwives Alliance of North America (MANA) was established as a professional organization for all midwives. MANA seeks to unify and strengthen the profession of midwifery, thereby improving the quality of health care for women, babies, and communities. Follow this blog to get all information on midwives, recognizing the diversity of educational backgrounds and practice styles within the profession.