“Father’s Perinatal Support”
I am a perinatal mental health trainer specialising in father’s mental health and cultural differences, for the last 12 months I have been training NHS trusts across the UK on these subjects. I work with hospitals and charities around the country delivering training to HCPs and supporting new fathers with their MH and transition into parenthood.
Dr. David Hutchon
“Are we causing neonatal brain injuries?”
I am a retired obstetrician. Five years before retiral I spent a sabbatical year in New Zealand. Since then I have organised numerous conferences on the subject, given numerous talks and publications in journals and a chapter in a medical book.
Attending virtually with “Bites of Kemi”
Childbirth these days has many twists and turns in it for many people. This is largely because of interventions and it can be very hard to figure out whether unwanted events in childbirth are just bad luck, or whether there were reasons or a cascade of events leading from one to the other.
“The 3-Dimensional Singularity of Stillbirth?”
Grace Dinah Monteith was our second daughter. She was born dead in May 2014. We were 41+2 weeks pregnant when Siobhan’s waters broke, I was a little surprised as our first daughter was born at 42+5 and I had been preparing myself for another long wait.