Introducing our information hubs!

If you’re really eagle-eyed, you might have noticed that we’ve been making some changes to our website over the winter. We’ve been updating posts – and we’ll be doing more of that in 2020 – and we have completely revamped our ‘Articles’ page.

Frankly, it was getting unwieldy!

I have now written more than 500 articles, blog posts, research summaries and reviews. And you can’t always tell what they are about from the title. So, to make it easier for you, we have now created ‘information hubs’ and our ‘Articles’ page now lists all of those.

 

Here’s an example:

Vitamin K Resources

We’re no longer listing all of my articles by title on our main articles page, but you can still find any of the articles that are on this web site by using the search box. It’s on every page.

We’ve created and launched 15 information hubs so far, and we have more planned for this year – we’ll let you know each time we create a new hub!

If you click here, you can see them all!

 

We create safe spaces for midwives, students and birth folk to get updated on the evidence, consider other ways of knowing and chat about all different kinds of wisdom. We invite you to take a look at our online courses  and see Sara’s upcoming live events page too 🙂
And if you’d like to stay up-to-date with birth-related research and thinking, make sure you’re subscribed to our free newsletter list, which means you’ll get Sara’s monthly Birth Information Update.

 

2 comments for “Introducing our information hubs!

  1. Trish.
    January 28, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    Afternoon.
    I am a little confused.
    I am now to your site. And I would love to read your articles regarding breech vitamin d etc that you have highlighted.
    But I dont know how to access the information. Please could you help me with this.
    I ha e all your books and they are amazing.

    • admin
      January 29, 2020 at 9:54 am

      If you’re looking for information on a specific topic, the easiest way of finding them is to use the search bar, which you’ll find on every page, and pop in keywords relating to whatever you’re looking for. Our information hubs will take you to collections of articles on specific areas, but we have lots of other pages too!

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