I've been busy for a few days. Like, really busy.
Not nearly enough sleep busy. You should know plans for the 'Bullying in Midwifery Conference' are evolving fast and there are some big changes afoot.
I feel like I'm in the Wallace and Gromit scene where they build the tracks just in time for the train to roll over them.
You can see a little more about the conference here, but as you can tell we're in the middle of updating - essentially, the conference in Cambridge is no longer going ahead but Midwife Diaries is now working with the University of Bradford, hosting an outstanding list of experts on bullying in midwifery on 11th November 2017. I'm honoured that this is the case. We're hoping to make a huge impact.
But on to today's post!
If you've ever cared for a woman with Hyperemesis Gravidarum, you know how difficult it can be. They can often offer no feedback or rapport because they're so poorly.