Here I am at Kingston and St Georges midwifery conference, 2018. Today there will be ten talks and events exploring the concept 'I Have a Voice' and I’ll be reporting on each of them in ‘Notes of Midwifery Voices’.
Laura Godfrey-Isaacs is a lit sparkler of a midwife - there'll be a proper post on her later as she's speaking in detail but for now, know that's she's an activist, writer and artist.
In this section of the conference, she discussed All4Maternity, which I have written about before on MidwifeDiaries and you can find a review here.
All4Maternity is a midwifery site that covers all topics, with experts writing content, videos, The Practising Midwife Journal available online as part of it, access to other academic papers and a forum/sharing area.
Things you might not know are included in the subscription:
- Academic resources
- Every subscription means the site can reach midwives in developing world countries
- Modules on topics as diverse as birth environment, concealed pregnancy, arterial fibrillation and the physiology of early pregnancy