Aussie Midwives

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From homebirth midwives, to rural and remote island nurses, to midwifery educators and clinical midwifery consultants, these stories are brimming with warmth, hope, heartbreak and courage.Midwives play a vital role in supporting women through some of the most challenging and rewarding moments of their lives.These remarkable professionals watch over births across Australia from the remote outback to busy urban hospitals.Meet Annie, working on the tiny island of Saibai where mothers arrive by dinghy; Kate, a clinical midwifery consultant, who sees women with high-risk pregnancies; Priscilla and Jillian who fly thousands of miles to get mothers and babies to hospital safely with the Royal Flying Doctor Service; and Louise, who gives impromptu consultations in the aisles of the local supermarket.Funny one minute and heartbreaking the next, Aussie Midwives explores the joys, emotion and drama of childbirth and the lasting effect it has on the people who work in this extraordinary profession.About the AuthorFiona McArthur has worked as a rural midwife for twenty-five years. She is a clinical midwifery educator and teaches emergency obstetric strategies while working with midwives and doctors from remote and isolated areas. Fiona has written more than thirty romances, which have sold over two million copies in twelve languages. She is a midwifery expert for Mother and Baby magazine and the author of the novels Red Sand Sunrise and The Homestead Girls. She lives in northern New South Wales.

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Midwives play a vital role in supporting women through some of the most challenging moments of their lives. Here, nineteen Australian midwives share their incredible stories.