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Friends and collegues talk about midwifery.
Britt Thurman, 37, and Pam Holcomb 66 talk about life influences, values, and inequities in our community and the world.
A discussion with my mum covering an array of topics. We discussed her childhood, grandparents, immigrating from the United Kingdom and her career and devotion to midwifery.
Maxine Kilgore: 2020-12-07 21:40:58 Maxine Kilgore (13) interviews Susan Hetler (her grandmother) about important life lessons and memorable experiences. Susan Hetler shares her experiences at art school, her midwifery knowledge, and shares some very important pieces of advice.
Friends Michal Yadlin (37) and Katharine Rawlins (37) share a conversation about how they first met, their families, and some of the serendipitous things they have in common. Michal also talks about her family’s history in Israel, and Katharine talks...
Inger Nielsen (63) recounts to her friend Gretchen Schmelzer (50) how after she immigrated to the US from Denmark as a midwife, she decided to go back to school, started a women's crew team made up of non-traditional students, and...
Sally Hughes Lee and Diane lee Ryland both nurses of 49 years and 40 years respectively. sally us 88 and diane 63. both talk about their nursing careers and how nursing has changed since 1959. We talk about how cardiovascular...
One Small Step partners Nadene Eads (71) and Helen Poot (70) have a conversation about the need for state services, the fears that drive their choices, and prayer in schools.
Tassia Tkatschenko (39) and her mother, Nancy Dunne Byington (66), share a conversation about their family, the communities they have lived in, and their careers in naturopathic medicine and psychiatric nursing. They also discuss how capitalism is impacting the environment...