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Questions for Qualified Midwives
What book (or between 1-3 books) do you most often recommend to midwives and students? What is 1 book (or between 1-3 books) that has greatly influenced your practice (or life in general – you can recommend a non-midwifery book if you feel this is most helpful).
What’s the best money you’ve ever spent on an item or experience that relates either to midwifery practice or your self care as a midwife?
What is your favourite moment of personal ‘failure’ you’ve experienced in midwifery – something that you now remember fondly or have made a ‘come back’ from?
If you could put a sign up on every labour ward or work place for midwives worldwide, with a big message for every member of staff, what would it say?
What is something unusual you do as a midwife – is there something a bit odd you do or love which really helps in practice? (You can interpret this however you want!)
How do you cope with the stress of being a midwife?
In the last five years, what is one realisation about midwifery that has improved your practice or life as a midwife?
What advice would you give to a passionate, intelligent newly qualified midwife just starting their career?
Caffeine or not caffeine for shiftwork?
Can you tell us about your favourite midwifery moment you’ve had (keeping things confidential for clients involved)?
What is poor advice you hear being given to student or newly qualified midwives?
What do you do when you have lost your midwifery mojo, feel unfocussed or stressed by it all?
So I can feature your interview on Midwife Diaries, could you tell me your name, where you work and a little bit about you? If you could send a photo of yourself to
this would be very appreciated too!
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