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Being a UK midwife means you never have to say you’re sorry

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Being a UK midwife means you never have to say you’re sorry
« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2016, 01:10:06 AM »
Eleven babies dead. And a mother. Dead on delivery. Or so. No big deal.
Take the next karma bus ticket and wait for reincarnation. Life is easy.

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The Skeptical OB
March 18, 2015 | 229 Comments
Being a UK midwife means you never have to say you’re sorry

Better birth initiative

In the wake of the Morecambe Bay Report, which investigated the deaths
of 11 babies and a mother and placed blame squarely on a midwifery
culture that valued “normal birth” above all else, you might think that
UK midwives would be in a mood of somber reflection about their deadly
philosophy.

You would be wrong.

Yesterday I entered the weekly Twitter chat at the hashtag #WeMidwives
hosted by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM). If I hadn’t been there
myself, I would not have believed the smugness, meanness, utter lack of
reflection and inability to tolerate criticism that characterized the
Royal College of Midwives and its members.

Apparently, no matter how many dead babies, no matter how many dead
mothers, being a UK midwife means you never have to say you’re sorry.

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Go on reading:
http://www.skepticalob.com/2015/03/b...ure-sorry.html


Hit the "replay" button. Shoot yourself. Stay calm. Karma-cow
re-entrance in the next five minutes.

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