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Iberian Nights An Erotic Literary Novel kWonderful for midwife advocates Puts emphasis on compassionate care in midwifery and lends itself to thinking about your own midwifery practices It s critical about current practices and difficulties with midwifery in contemporary society Food for thought I understand what they were trying to do with this book and their aim was very good and noble but I m not sure it hit the mark The book just told me over and over again what I alreadynew that compassion in maternity care is very important costs nothing improves outcomes and improves the experience of both the woman and the midwife Just that same message in every single chapter I found it a bit of a in every single chapter I found it a bit of a in every single chapter I found it a bit of a slog read took many months to finally get it finished because it just didn t draw me in with many new insights at all I read this book one chapter each morning before going to work as a lactation consultant on a post natal ward A little like putting on armour before battle The book is essentially a collection of articles by many different authors mostly health professionals who like me feel strongly about being nice when looking after mums and bubs Isn t that why we got into the job in after mums and bubs Isn t that why we got into the job in first place The system has a subtle yet pervasive way of eroding this niceness Pressures of time shortage of staff rigidities of guidelines and policies lack of continuity of care all contribute to a dehumanised approach to. For many years there has been growing concern about the culture of fear that is penetrating maternity services throughout the world and that the fear felt by maternity care workers is directly and indirectly being transferred to the women and families they serve The conseuences of fear include increased risk of defensive practice where the childbearing woman and her family become potential enemies to those providing her The Roar Behind the Silence

Sheena Byrom ½ 7 SUMMARY

Ch happy spirits I started reading this book whenever I was attending a birth waiting for the contractions to strengthen or for the waters to break In the middle of the night I sat reading beside a birthing pool or in a little corner in the master bedroom Some of these births had tested my patience some of these people had made me feel just a little tired than I already was Until I started reading the book truly reading it and put the written words into action By adapting the theories and stories to my own practice it made me a little inder a little compassionate and a lot resilient If this book can make such a and a lot resilient If this book can make such a small yet inevitably big difference on me as a person as a midwife I can only imagine what it could do if every maternity care worker would read this I would suggest this to be mandatory reading in all universitiescolleges educating future maternity care workers Such a brilliant book Every NHS worker should read this I am registered as a nurse rather than a midwife although also work in maternity and I got so much From This Book If Each this book if each of us applied these rules every day throughout the NHS it would change We would see better staffing lower staff turnover better patient outcomes and would do all of that whilst being cost effective If you re an NHS clinician and you re feeling exhausted shattered and broken down like many of us are please re. Healthcare settings The Roar Behind the Silence provides information inspiration and practical suggestions to support maternity care workers policy makers and maternity care funders across the world in their uest to deliver sensitive compassionate and high uality maternity services The book highlights examples of good practice and offers practical tools for making change happen using evidence and stories where appropriat. ,
What is supposed to be one of the highlights of a woman s life Women deserve better Midwives deserve better Yet we are trapped with feelings of hopelessness Unheard I love the title of the book because its apt There is a silence There are looks among staff eye rolls exasperated sighs but often with a resignation it is what it is Hearing these voices within these articles felt like being heard Someone understands the frustration its not just me This book highlights issues that are important to me and often unspoken the issue of informed choice embracing the concept of woman s autonomy the removing of the word allow from our dialogue the separation of mothers and babies mindfulness mammalian birth and practical tips on resilience for health care workers Maternity care has become such a task oriented profession where connection is lost amongst the paperwork This book gives me hope that perhaps it is possible to retain that essence the indness the compassion and respect while working in the current maternity system What a fantastic book Jut goes to show the importance of compassion and respect in care and the difference it can make Feeling very inspired right now I won this book in an Instagram contest on what the meaning of the midwife mother relationship truly means I must in an Instagram contest on what the meaning of the midwife mother relationship truly means I must that this book of Midnight Moon kindness in maternity care is soind it lifted me up and gave me su. Are In addition the prevailing risk management and 'tick box’ culture in maternity services encourages maternity workers to give priority to the records instead of the woman These factors contribute maternity services encourages maternity workers to give priority to the records instead of the woman These factors contribute the dissatisfaction felt by those using and providing maternity services There is however increasing evidence that indness compassion and mutual respect improve efficiency effectiveness experience and staff morale within. ,