Tag: books

Engendering rather than endangering trust

“Heavy-handed persuasion tactics and the aggressive language of some medically-focused papers and websites on the subject of vitamin K are not only inappropriate, but they harm relationships and make it less likely that parents will reach out for help if…

Vitamin K and the Newborn – now available!

I am so excited to announce that the second edition of Vitamin K and the Newborn, a book written to help parents and professionals understand the evidence and the issues surrounding the administration of vitamin K to newborn babies, is…

Birth in Focus

I get sent lots of books, because of what I do. I always tell people who ask me, you’re welcome to send me your book, but regardless of whether I know you or any other factor, the independence of my…

The value of classic information

I’ve been asked several questions lately about the Midwifery: Best Practice series, which I edited a few years ago, and this has inspired me to rewrite my Books page to include more information about all of my books.  It has…

Group B Strep resources

This post offers links to all of the group B strep-related resources on my website, as well as to some other interesting reviews and articles that are available online. This topic is one that I have been researching for a…

Group B Strep Explained

After a long Summer of writing, I am really happy to tell you that my latest AIMS book, Group B Strep Explained, is now rolling off the presses!  Already available to pre-order from AIMS website, the book costs £8 and…

Am I Allowed?

If there were a Nobel prize for birth activism, then Beverley Beech would surely have been given one by now.  Chair of AIMS, legendary campaigner, brilliant speaker and long-time supporter of women’s rights in pregnancy and birth, Beverley has spent…