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Up for grabs: Issue 6 2014

28 November, 2014

Up for grabs: Issue 6 2014

Here's a chance to get your hands on some great giveaways with our free prize draws.


WIN a sterling silver necklace by MotherDaughterJewel

The necklace is a one-inch sterling silver disc with an original design stamped on it and any personalisation you would like, for example, as pictured: baby catcher, midwife, or a name.
MotherDaughterJewel are a mother and daughter team from Middle Tennessee in the US, who specialise in creating personalised hand-stamped mixed metal jewellery and artisan crafted gifts. They use only the highest quality materials in making these customised pieces, including sterling silver, gold-filled (not plated) metal, copper, antique brass and bronze, among others.


WIN one of five copies of Childbirth and the evolution of homo sapiens

This second edition of Michel Odent’s book, formerly titled Childbirth and the future of homo sapiens, has been updated due to advances 
in science.  
The period surrounding birth is a phase of modern life that has been dramatically altered in recent decades, and emerging scientific disciplines have shown that this short period is critical in the formation of human beings. Former obstetrician and revolutionary childbirth pioneer Michel Odent believes that these are two good reasons to raise questions about the way babies are born, and the consequences this may have for the evolution of homo sapiens.
Obstetric practice is generally evaluated in the short term; this book encourages the reader to think about modes of birth in the long term, and to consider the impact they have on our species and its evolution. It is a readable, yet thought-provoking book, which will give anyone interested in evolution and the future of homo sapiens much new material to consider.

WIN One of five copies of Fundamentals of midwifery

Fundamentals of midwifery: a textbook for students brings together knowledge from a collection of clinical experts and experienced academics to support students’ learning and prepare them for the challenges faced in contemporary midwifery health care. 
The resource presents the ‘must-have’ information needed about both the theoretical and practical aspects of what it means to be a midwife. With extensive full colour illustrations throughout, as well as activities and scenarios, this user-friendly textbook will support students throughout their education programme. It is essential reading for all pre-registration student midwives, as well as those who are newly qualified.

How to enter:

To enter these competitions, email your name, address, telephone and membership number, clearly stating which competition you are entering to: hollie@midwives.co.uk
The closing date is 30 January. Winners are drawn at random. Only one entry per household will be accepted. The editor’s decision is final. 
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