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a conversational podcast with @Academic_Liz with midwives & other birth professionals about their studies/ research & how its changing our practice globally - email thruthepinard@gmail.com
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Today  (ibit.ly/Re5V) we talk with Tanya Capper (@tanya_capper) about her PhD on workplace bullying - the midwifery student experiencePubs: https://staff-profiles.cqu.edu.au/home/view/856#AcademicTwitter #phdmidwives #phdlife #midwifery #phdchat #midwiferytwitter #AcademicChatter #workplacebullying @PhDMidwives @CQUni @HWA_CQUDo you know someone who should tell their story?email me  - thruthepodcast@gmail.comThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V
Today  (ibit.ly/Re5V) we talk with Shawn Walker  (@SisterShawnRM) about her work, study and passion on vaginal breech birthing skillsPubs: https://breechbirth.org.uk/publications/training course: https://breechbirth.org.uk/the-training/courses/Do you know someone who should tell their story?email me  - thruthepodcast@gmail.comThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V
Today  (ibit.ly/Re5V) we talk with Linda Sweet (@ProfLindaSweet) deputy editor of Woman and Birth journal  (Wombi) (@womenandbirth), the official journal of the Australian College of Midwives (@MidwivesACM) about the background process to submitting a publicationWombi- https://www.journals.elsevier.com/women-and-birthACM - https://www.midwives.org.au/Do you know someone who should tell their story?email me  - thruthepodcast@gmail.comThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V
Today we talk with Robyn Thompson about her career, PhD journey related to nipple trauma & gentle breastfeeding and how age is irrelevant ( ibit.ly/Re5V) . @PhDMidwives  @KildeaSue @lesleymbarclay Sue Kruske  #gentlebreastfeeding  https://www.thethompsonmethod.com/ researchgate pubs ibit.ly/HXA3 Do you know someone who should tell their story?email me  - thruthepodcast@gmail.comThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V
Today we talk with Megan Lalonde and her PhD around the epistemology of record keeping and how it shapes the narrative around sexual and reproductive body ( ibit.ly/Re5V) looking into who decides what is included into our documentation.@UCLan @PhDMidwives @Canadamidwives Do you know someone who should tell their story? email me  - thruthepodcast@gmail.comThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V
Today we talk with Kaveri Mayra and her PhD around obstetric violence's in India ( ibit.ly/Re5V). She was ranked in the top 100 nurses and midwives in 2020 for her work across multiple areas including WHO Academy (https://www.who.int/about/who-academy)Pub just out - ibit.ly/ZujQ -  Why do some health care providers disrespect and abuse women during childbirth in India?ResearchGate for all pubs email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.comThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V
Today we talk with Prof Tara Brabazon (@tarabrabazon) about her student focused supervision, her new book 'The Creative PhD:  Challenges, Opportunities and Reflexive Practice' and dissemination in open source journals to help create better citizenship  ( ibit.ly/Re5V)Her website for all her books  Her youtube channel for her fabulous vlogs  or the Office of Graduate Research Flinders The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5Vemail me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today's episode  (ibit.ly/Re5V) is a special sup recording of a @PhDMidwives virtual session by @cmyuill on anthropology for midwives1 pub mentioned - Critical Medical Anthropology in Midwifery Research(ibit.ly/DN6J)@matternalmatters, @Academic_Liz @LizNewnham @DrLoisMcKellar1Her full reference list from her talk is below:Colen, S (1995) ‘Like a Mother to Them’: Stratified Reproduction and West Indian Childcare Workers and Employers in New York,’’ pp. 78–102 in Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction. University of California Press.Davis-Floyd, R (1993) The technocratic model of birth. In: Feminist Theory in the Study of Folklore, pp. 297-329.Dilger, et al. (2015) Ethics, Epistemology, and Engagement: Encountering Values in Medical Anthropology. Medical Anthropology 23(1): 1-10.Geertz, C (1998) Work and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford University Press.Ginsburg, F. and Rapp, R (1991) The Politics of Reproduction. Annual Review of Anthropology 20(1991): 311-343.Haraway, D (1988) Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective. Feminist Studies 14(3): 575-599.Fabian, J (1990) Presence and Representation: The Other and Anthropological Writing. Critical Inquiry 16(4): 753-772.Forsey,  MG (2010) Ethnography as participant listening. Ethnography 11(4): 558-572.Fraser, GJ (1998) African American Midwifery in the South - Dialogues of Birth, Race, and Memory. Harvard University Press.Hahn, RA & Kleinman, A (1983) Biomedical Practice and Anthropological Theory: Frameworks and Directions.  Annual Reviews of Anthropology, 12: 305-333.Ingold, T (2007) Anthropology is Not Ethnography. Proceeding of the British Academy 154: 69-92.Jordan, B (1997) Authoritative knowledge and its construction. In: Childbirth and Authoritative Knowledge: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, pp 55-79.Martin, E (1987) The Woman in the Body: A Cultural Analysis of Reproduction. Beacon Press.Newnham, EC; Pincombe, JI; McKellar, LV (2016) Critical Medical Anthropology in Midwifery Research: A Framework for Ethnographic Analysis. Global Qualitative Nursing Research, 3: 1-6.Olson, GA (1991) The Social Scientist as Author: Clifford Geertz on Ethnography and Social Construction. Journal of Advanced Composition 11(2): 245-268.Rosaldo, R (2001) Culture & Truth: The Remaking of Social Analysis. Beacon Press.Whyte, SR (2009) Health Identities and Subjectivities: The Ethnographic Challenge. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 23(1); 6-15.The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5Vemail me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with Isabell Garti (@GartiMrs) about her PhD exploring midwives role in managing PE in Ghana (twtr.to/hJY2)  as well has her previous studies and midwifery in Ghana.Her publication in the chat is  Midwives’ knowledge of pre-eclampsia management: A scoping reviewThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5Vemail me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with Helen Elliott-Mainwaring (@HelenMainwaring) about her PhD exploring The role of visual management tools for the coordination of teams in healthcare  through @THIS_Institute fellowship program, her previous studies and professional journey (twtr.to/hJY2) Her publications  on  research gate  - new paper out soon.@MIDIRS  @PhDMidwives @SocSciHealthThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown in!This podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5Vemail me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with Helena Anolak (@HelenaAnolak) around her PhD exploring how the foetus is addressed in midwifery and how art is helping women with high risk pregnancies including  loss. Her publication can be found here (ibit.ly/bf14) and is called - 'What's wrong with using the F word? A systematic integrative review of how the fetus is talked about in situations of fetal demise or high risk of fetal loss' with @AProfThornton and Prof Deborah Davis We also mention @RedmanMediaAU 'You are not alone' filmsThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5Vemail me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with Dr Claire Feeley about her PhD and other areas of study. Her new PhD related publication is Understanding how midwives employed by the NHS facilitated women's alternative birthing choices: Findings from a feminist pragmatist study https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0242508or twtr.to/vkwaProf @gill_thomson &  Prof Soo Downe @SheenaBSooD check out her other research on research gate - https:// www.researchgate.net/profile/Claire_FeeleyThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or twtr.to/hJY2email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with Liz Glyn-Jones about her working in supporting fathers/partners and how a small rural practice in Wales is a part of international studies.check out her new publication in the March Midirs journal.- ‘Including Dad’: supporting men to feel prepared in their transition to parenthood.The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or twtr.to/hJY2email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with A/Prof Alys Einion-Waller about several things including birth narratives and reframing language of birthPublication mentioned in podcastNatal Signs: Cultural Representations of Pregnancy, Birth and Parenting, Demeter Presslink - t.ly/ZM5KAnd listen to Alys's TED talk here - Rewriting your life - The power of story to shape your future | Alys Einion-Waller | TEDxNantymoelhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuzXmbE2l6sThe aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with Jen Hocking  about her PhD about how relationships are at the center for lactation consultant carePublication mentioned in podcast - Beyond relational oblivion - Gweneth Hartrick-DoaneANS Adv Nurs Sci Apr-Jun 2014;37(2):84-6. https://journals.lww.com/advancesinnursingscience/fulltext/2014/04000/guest_editorial__beyond_relational_oblivion.2.aspxBeyond the latch: A new approach to breastfeedingBetty Ann Robinson & Gweneth Hartrick Doanebhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2017.07.011The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, Insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Today we talk with PhD student, Sue Smith about her very timely studies on vaccine hesitancy in pregnant women, especially around influenza and whooping cough. you will also enjoy the background snoring sound of Sue's dog and her ethics was approved end of Nov!Publication mentioned in podcast - An exploration of midwives’ role in the promotion and provision of antenatal influenza immunisation: A mixed methods inquirySusan Elizabeth Smith, Lyn Gum, Charlene Thorntonhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2020.04.009The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, Insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
Hiya, I'm Liz McNeill or @Academic_Liz and I LOVE hearing about people talk about their research!Welcome to episode 1 where Esther Sharma (@maternalmatters) and I talk about the creation of both the twitter handle @PhDMidwives and how one of the first virtual meet ups birthed the idea for this podcast.Excuse the neighbors cockatoo screeching in the background half way through - a very Australian sound :-)The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown inThis podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, Insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/email me to share your research and studies - thruthepodcast@gmail.com
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