Alison Gabrielle Perry
Lead Research Midwife, Women's Health Research Centre, Imperial College London
In the heady adrenaline-infused days of early lockdown, time stood still, and the layers of our lives were stripped back. For health systems, the virus stuck, like a stick into a beehive..
The outbreak of COVID-19 has meant that midwifery around the world is currently set against an ever-present backdrop of disease Although pregnancy and childbirth are most often a healthy and normal...
Just past ‘Bear Paw Gas and Convenience’ and not far from ‘Talking Earth Pottery’ sits Tsi Non:we Ionnakeratstha Maternal and Child Health Centre The name is Mohawk for ‘the place they will be born’ A...
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