Wow Céline, that is fantastic! Congratulations.
What was your topic and what did you find?
in awe, Carolyn
Belmont Birthing Services
Hunter New England Health
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School of Nursing & Midwifery
University of Newcastle
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>>> Céline Lemay <[log in to unmask]> 30/11/2007 11:10:46 pm >>>
I am very interested by this online midwifery meetings.
I use another program for distance courses with student midwives. They
can even be in international placements and discuss with other students
here, in Québec, Canada.
At the first meeting, I was stoped by a login problem and I was not
able to go further.
The second was completely in the middle of the night for me (4 AM). At
another time, I would have tried but I am too tired at this moment.
I would suggest a more precise goal for those meetings: a theme of
research, tools and ressources for researchers, ethic, some problems,
I just finish my PhD ( first midwife in Québec) and there is a serious
lack of research on midwifery and maternity care.
keep the efforts. I am very preoccupied by the situation for pregnant
and birthing women on our planet. Midwives need to be together and
strong. Research is a good tool to bring light on deeper issues.
Céline Lemay, sage-femme, PhD
Université du Québec à Trois Rivières