Hannah Dahlen is leading the way for some long overdue fundamental changes to maternity in Australia
A selection of photos from the midwifery marches throughout Aotearoa, we protest for fairer pay.
One Voice was a passionate, valuable conference which focused on midwifery as it stands in Aotearoa today.
Many women accept incontinence as part of being female and giving birth, and do not seek help when the problem arises.
It’s almost here, I can smell it in the air – QUINCE season. In late summer through autumn a peculiar, yellowed green, hard lumpy fruit…
We asked Stacey Wilson to talk to us about Kombucha. There are a whole host of articles and tutorials on kombucha, claiming all sorts…
I have always wanted to make my own soap, but I have always been put off by the idea of using caustic ingredients
Our annual Hui at Horouta Marae was a great opportunity to catch up with our homebirth regions.
Last Winter I made wet felted slippers from sheeps wool, and they are the best & warmest slippers I have ever had.
Midwives in Aotearoa are the single biggest repository of birth knowledge, maternity care, and traditional birth knowledges in our country. The model of care…
Evidence based research continues to be clear that continuity of care is classed as the gold standard in maternity care.
Our role in trusteeship is one that is both very specific, and incredibly broad. we are caretakers for Home Birth in Aotearoa
Our goal has been to provide an accessible, free publication that has homebirth at the centre.
Trusteeship is a voluntary position, working with other trustees in governance of trust activities.