Prof Helen King (Open University) is Speaking at the Wellcome on 19 February 2013
Professor Helen King (Open University) 19 February 2013 at 18.00hrs. ‘Agnodice’s First Patient: Gendering Childbirth in Antiquity and Early Modern Europe’. More details …
John Snow Celebration Event at the University of York – Friday 15th March 2013 – admission free
John Snow Celebration Event at the University of York Friday 15th March 2013 John Snow Event – Admission Free
February 1st: it’s the day of the midwife!..
I have been advised that today, February 1st, is St Bride’s day – the Celtic patron saint for midwives. The pagan goddess Brigit was associated with fertility, childbirth, and cattle. On her feast day – which is also the Gaelic spring festival of Imbolc – Highland girls made the ‘last sheaf’ of the previous harvest […]
Home birth debate at University of Cambridge
This may be of interest to some of the list subscribers… Best wishes, Janette Allotey: Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:27:32 +0100 From: Salim Al-Gailani Subject: Debating Reproduction at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas Cambridge Festival of Ideas Debating Reproduction: Hospital Birth 1st November 2012 5.30pm – 7pm Mill Lane Lecture Room 9, 8 Mill […]
Documentary ‘A Picture of Health’: BBC One 27th February 2012 9.15 a.m.
The next programme in the BBC One documentary series A Picture of Health, presented by Larry Lamb, is due to be broadcast on Monday 27th February at 9.15 a.m. It discusses how the role of a father-to-be has changed. De Partu provided the film company with assistance and nominated several possible interviewees, including a member of our steering group, Julia Allison, […]