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BC Midwives Podcast, a podcast presented by the Midwives Association of British Columbia, is a show that primarily serves midwives, but also addresses the needs of the public, other healthcare professionals, and government, tackling everything from regulatory change discussion, to engaging Q&A on what to expect with a midwife.

Tune in to hear from the experts on what’s happening in midwifery in British Columbia. Available on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, and online.

Episode 4 - Tongue-tie & Newborns

On this episode of the BC Midwives Podcast: Guests, Dentist Dr. Laura Caylor (Vedder Dental Clinic) and Registered Midwife and Lactation Consultant Jillian Simon (The Midwifery Group) join Amy Amantea to discuss the the topic of tethered-oral-tissues, specifically tongue-tie and newborns.


Episode 3 - Pelvic Floor Health

In this episode, host Amy Amantea chats with Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Sally Lin and MABC’s Clinical Director Zoe Hodgson about a part of the body often ignored until pregnancy - the Pelvic Floor.

Episode 2 - Syphilis on the rise in British Columbia

Dr. Laura Sauve and Dr. Chelsea Elwood join host Amy Amantea to discuss the rise of syphilis in BC and its impact on pregnancies and births.

Episode 1 - Prescribing Standards, What’s Changed?

Join Zoë Hodgson, Clinical Director, at the MABC, and Jenny Cheung, Policy Consultant, Regulatory Programs Transformation at the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM), as they chat with host Amy Amantea about a new standard for registered midwives: Medications and Substances: Standards, Limits and Conditions.

Prescribing Resource Guide - As an additional resource for midwives to refer to, this prescribing supplement is a resource that has been developed to support Registered Midwives with their prescribing needs. This resource list is intended as a guide only. It should not be considered exhaustive.


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