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Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cuerden

Discussion in 'SMNET Announcements' started by _Josie, Sep 21, 2011.

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    Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cuerden authors of the famous Mayes' Midwifery: A Textbook for Midwives are in the SMNET house!!!! Yaaaayyyyyyyy!

    These fabulous women have agreed to take YOUR questions - how cool is that?! THE authors of THE Mayes are here to hook up with the future of midwifery!

    Have you got a question for these midwifery super brains? Got a lovely Mayes related story? Share them below!

    Just fire away and add your questions and comments in this thread.


    ** Havent got your copy of Mayes yet? Then don't forget to use your SMNET/Elsevier discount code! **


    Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cuerden join the fantastic Colin Rees, Denise Tiran and the delectable Ina May Gaskin in the SMNET Meet the Legends series!


    :grad: Coming soon in our midwifery super brain legends series!:grad:

    Sue Gauge who saved all our bacon with her genius CTG Made Easy

    Jane Coad who wrote the essential Anatomy and Physiology for Midwives

    Helen Baston & Jenny Hall who wrote the incredible Midwifery Essentials Series

    Sharon Macdonald and Beverley Lynn who devised the brilliant Examination of the Newborn online

    .... and more!
     
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  1. Tesni
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    WOW so starstruck! How lucky are we? :):):)
  2. _Josie
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    I knowwwwwwwwww!!! WHOOP!

    I have a great Mayes story - when I was in Law I used to carry my copy of Mayes everywhere with me for a sneaky read - now everyone who has Mayes knows it's great for muscle building as well as learning as its BIG! I was reading it on the train on my way home from work and the then Head of Midwifery at the local Uni was sat by me (I had no idea!) and she introduced herself to me as she saw the book and we chatted about midwifery all the way home!
  3. Binky
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    Wow! I don't have a copy yet but will be watching with interest x
  4. Wozza
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    I have a copy after falling in love with it on the taster course in the uni library!

    Even caught my husband having a sneaky read.
  5. Jamboree
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    Amazing!!! Really SMNET,you are spoiling us! I have loved these interviews so far and found them really insightful. Off to think of some good questions now... Xxx
  6. Tesni
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    I don't know enough to know what I don't know (if you know what I mean :D so I always read the clever questions of others in a slightly envious way and then avidly read the answers - can't wait :)
  7. Ashlee
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    Wow Josie this is situations I just dream about! Then I wake up :p Can't wait to see what they say I love mine ;) Xx
  8. Green Goddess
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    Ah what a fab story!! x
  9. _Josie
    Re: Mayes Midwifery Authors :: The Interview! Meet Sue Macdonald and Julia Magill-Cue

    So0o0o0o0o.... what do you all wanna know?

    Id like to ask...

    What was your motivation to write Mayes?

    Was it daunting thinking about covering almost everything and anything?!

    If you could create one policy for maternity services what would it be?
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