A friend and supporter of QNIS is organising a midwifery history study group in October, and we would urge anyone interested to head along for what is shaping up to be a wonderful session.
14th October 2016
The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 9 Queen Street,
Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
Afternoon Programme (13.30 – 17.30) All Welcome
‘Show and Tell’: four stations in midwifery where researchers will each demonstrate their resource, opening the door into what they discovered about this aspect of midwifery’s past, and how they went about it. Delegates move to each ‘station’ in turn. Organised by Iain Milne, Head of Heritage, RCPE.
Film: Birthday: with Dr Iain Hutchison, discussant, and encouragement for you to voice your opinion.
Three researchers speaking about their work:
Maelle Duchemin Pelletier, PhD student at University of Glasgow: Researching changing aspects around stillborn babies in Glasgow, and more broadly in Scotland: ‘Giving a voice to stillbirth’.
Claire Shearer, Midwife, PhD student at University of Stirling: Listening to the voices? Where and how did they live? Researching pupil midwives’ experiences of ‘living in’ during training.
Dr Joan Cameron, Lead Midwife for Education, University of Dundee: ‘Using Varied Resources to Illuminate Midwifery “Training” in Twentieth Century Scotland and England’.
Each presenter will speak for about 30 minutes, plus time for discussion.
Cost: £25.00 (Tea is included).
There will be an early evening dinner after the meeting.
Contact: Dr Alison Nuttall for further enquiries: email@example.com
To book your place – use this booking form.