Join us as we hubble, bubble, toil, and trouble our way through aspects of midwifery, birth, lactation, and womanhood. We tackle and discuss a variety of topics within the sphere of womanhood, birth, and lactation and what this entails in today's society. We want to be able to share in the strengths of women gathering together and being more informed, for their birth, their feeding experience, and the transition into knowing ourselves better. This is the podcast to connect us as a greater circle of women united.
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In this episode we talk to Anita Moorhead about all things antenatal hand expression. Anita is a Clinical Nurse/Midwife Consultant (for Lactation), at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, a coordinator for the DAME (Diabetes and Antenatal Milk Expr... more
In this episode we interview Ellie Young. Ellie is an Australian edge-dwelling registered midwife, qualitative researcher and writer. She has worked with women and families for over 15 years within the permaculture and traditional nutrition space whi... more
In this episode we have Dr Hazel Keedle and we are talking all things VBAC, vaginal birth after caesarean! more
Discovered this whilst experiencing the ‘seven year itch’ of my midwifery career…disenchanted and wondering ‘what’s the point’, this podcast has completely reinvigorated me as a woman, mother and midwife and opened my eyes to so much, it is hard to put into words. I will be forever grateful!
As a new student midwife, Dr Rachel and Katie provide support, knowledge and comfort as I journey down the passion filled, exciting, but at times heartbreaking path of becoming a midwife in Australia. more
I’m a private midwife based in Ireland who did my mids in Australia and came back to Ireland last year..your podcast keeps me a little bit in touch with the world of midwifery in Australia- I absolutely loved your show interviewing Dr Danielle Arabena and how she told her story regarding her connection with spirit and how the energy we soak up in hospitals can harm us- because I truly believe this happened to me. Now I’m living my best life, out in the community, empowering women and listening t... more
I have just discovered this podcast a couple weeks ago and have already binged all of the episodes! (A few more than once) I am now pregnant with baby #6 but have learnt soooo much that I wish I had known earlier. Highly recommend to anyone and everyone who ever comes in contact a birthing mother.
Absolutely love this podcast. As a first mum to be, I’m planning a home birth and listening to this has empowered me to feel confident with my choice and also to face birth with positive anticipation rather than fear. Highly recommend if you are wanting evidence based information. Thank you, it feels like you are part of my midwifery team too!!!
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The Midwives' Cauldron launched 2 years ago and published 40 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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