Friday, February 29, 2008

Welcome to Lisa's Midwifery Blog

Welcome to this discussion about midwifery, midwifery education and midwifery research. Please feel free to leave a comment and contribute to the blog.

11 comments:

Lisa said...

Please share teaching innovations here.

Lisa Hanson PhD, CNM, FACNM said...

http://www.wikieducator/Midwives_in _second_life

Lisa Hanson PhD, CNM, FACNM said...
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Carolyn said...

It was wonderful meeting up with you in second life. Nice to see you have joined the community of bloggers. I look forward to communicating and sharing with you over time. I will post soon on our second life experience.

Sarah Stewart said...

Great to meet you SL. I love seeing the photo of you in real life. This is so great seeing midwifery education blogs coming into being - 5 that I can think of. A great way to network and share ideas.

Sarah Stewart said...

Here's a link to my blog
post about you
. Cheers Sarah

catkins_in_nz said...

Hi Lisa,
Great to meet you in SL today! Hope we inspire you to keep blogging! It would be great if you had the time to post your thoughts and impressions on SL for innovative teaching! You are mentioned on my blog too! http://arwennastardust.wordpress.com

Arwenna/clare

Merrolee said...

Well done Lisa and welcome to the blogging world! I'm not a midwife but an occupational therapist, but am colleagues with sarah and Carolyn! I'm sorry I missed meeting you in SL - in the real world I was in the North Island celebrating my mother in law's 80th birthday!
Anyway - here is the URL to my blog which has a focus on occupational therapy education! Hope you find it useful and may meet you in SL one day?

Carolyn said...

I have added a bit more to the wiki. A photo of us dancing too. Added your AL name and linked it to this blog. i hope you do not mind. Let me know if this is a problem and I will change it.I have not yet written up my impressions of today but will do as soon as I can. It would be great if you could too. I am suggesting we do this in the discussion section of the wiki. Another good tool to practice with as educators I think.

Sarah Stewart said...

Hi Lisa, thanks for dropping by my blog. Best wishes for Easter to you as well.

Time for another blog post!! :)

Sarah Stewart said...

Hi Lisa I am collecting stories about the midwives who inspire midwives for International Day of the Midwife. Then I'm going to send off a summary to Elizabeth Duff to go in the ICM Journal. Would love to hear about the midwife who inspires you. Feel feel to pass this onto your colleagues: http://tinyurl.com/5rbyy3

cheers Sarah

What is your interest in midwifery?