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Apr
18
by Nanny Plum at 20:12
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Whoop whoop, it's quiz time again :party:

Join us on Thursday 24th April from 7:30pm in the quiz area for pre-quiz chatter. The quiz will start at 8pm. Keep your eyes peeled for the banner which will appear as by magic and whisk you away to the magical area of SMNET :hurray:

This Month's Topic
Oncology


1st prize is a £50 Elsevier ebook voucher and the runner up will win a drug calculations book. Both prizes have been donated by SMNET's fabulous sponsors Elsevier

Get your pj's on, come along, play, chat, eat, drink and most importantly have fun taking part. See you all there :snack:
Apr
16
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by Akua at 18:40
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Have you had a look at the latest 'What would you do?' thread on SMNET Plus! yet? If not, why not?!

Each 'What would you do?' post includes an interesting scenario, often with no right or wrong answer, and it always sparks off an interesting debate. This week, the debate is centred around a woman who wants a homebirth, but her baby has a serious heart condition that will need significant medical input at birth.

Head over to SMNET Plus! now to join in!

http://www.studentmidwife.net/fob/smnet-plus-feature-what-would-you-do.100823/#post-1468118

If you are not currently an SMNET Plus member, you can upgrade your account here:-
http://www.studentmidwife.net/account/upgrades :yes:
Apr
16
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by Akua at 18:24
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It's Monday and that means it's time for a new Catch of the Week!

It's double trouble in this week's scenario, featuring Sally who's pregnant with DCDA twins.

Whether you are a qualified midwife, current student, eagerly awaiting September to start your course or still thinking about midwifery, head over now and play along!

http://www.studentmidwife.net/fob/smnet-catch-of-the-week-14th-april-2014.100841/#post-1468704 to check out the action!

And as always, thank you to the gorgeous @iolaus for hosting them :)
Apr
16
by SMNET at 17:16
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SMNET is looking for an inspirational / motivational / educational quote to feature on it's new twitter profile, soon to be released.

Bear in mind we serve students, midwives, nurses and other health professions. Keep in mind what SMNET stands for. The quote does not need to be midwifery / nursing specific, but it must be relevant to all enough to go on our profile - Extra kudos if the quote is 140 characters or less but its not mandatory.

The quote can be well known already or one you've made up yourself so we don't mind if you decide to get creative yourself, or you could just tell us a quote from someone else / someone famous, its really up to you. If you submit a quote you did not write yourself, just let us know the author ;)

The person who submits the quote we decide to use will win a free year of SMNET Plus membership. :kicking:

Here are two examples to get you off on the right track:-

"Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow." - Anthony...
Apr
14
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by iolaus at 10:51
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In a new SMNET Plus! feature we will be bringing you experts for YOU to ask questions of, kicking off on the 15th April (TONIGHT) with Amanda Burleigh, famed for her work in promoting delayed cord clamping and ready to answer your questions.

If you are not a plus member, you will not be able to take part but there is still time to upgrade your account, its low cost and easy!

Find out more about SMNET Plus here