The Secret Midwife – The Secret Midwife


Strongest advocate, best friend, expert, cheerleader and chief photographer. Before, during and after labour the role of a midwife is second to none.

The Secret Midwife reveals the highs and lows on the frontline of the maternity unit, from the mother that tries to give herself a DIY caesarean to the baby born into witness protection, and from surprise infants that arrive down toilets to ones that turn up in the lift.

But there is a problem; the system which is supposed to support the midwives and the women they care for is starting to crumble. Short-staffed, over worked and underappreciated – these crippling conditions are taking their toll on the dedicated staff doing their utmost to uphold our National Health Service, and the consequences are very serious indeed.

Author: The Secret Midwife
Narrator: Gloria Sanders
Duration: 8 hours 58 minutes
Released: 20 Jun 2002
Publisher: John Blake
Language: English

User Review:

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I especially appreciate Moreland’s transparency of his own extended battle with anxiety and depression. In my opinion, it adds credibility to his information and treatment recommendations. I would highly recommend this book.