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Frontline Midwife: My Story of Survival and Keeping Others Safe

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Women, from what I have seen, seem to be at the bottom of the pile – they don't have the ability to speak out.

It also put how those who lose babies, be they full term or not have been treat in the UK, and the improvements that still need making and put into action. As part of her work, she was able to lead the building of a new maternity hospital and this was such an achievement for her.Like Anna he had a personal reason for being drawn to, and finding solace in, emergency care and alcohol. Her story is laced with personal tragedy too, after having a miscarriage on her wedding day and giving birth to another daughter who sadly died of a brain tumour around six years ago. Before I had read this memoir I thought that the people that worked for MSF were somehow extraordinary people and reading this novel absolutely confirmed this. So many amazing and heart wrenching experiences that affected her on a personal level, I just wanted to give her a hug.

To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Kent exhibits a powerful sense of insight and self-reflection throughout the book, which more than once spills over into undue self-criticism. The affects that working in such a hostile environment with life-and-death decisions constantly left up to her clearly caused a huge amount of mental distress. Talking about her own personal life and how she coped with what she experienced and saw can’t have been easy but made me empathise with her and others who have been on a similar journey. At that point, a tropical storm broke out while Anna sprung into action to deliver baby Moses by the light of a headtorch, battling through horrendous weather conditions.Frontline Midwife is Kent's compassionate testament to the critical work of healthcare professionals around the world. I also found it fascinating that James has gone from being around the beginning of life to now working with those at the end of their lives. Having has a late miscarriage myself and gone through giving birth to a baby, in my case that I knew would never breath made me really identify with her.

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