Muchas veces cometemos el error de enfocarnos en aquello que nos pone tristes, débiles, aquello que nos afecta y recordar los hechos malos. Sin duda, ese es el mayor error que cometemos a diario, el cerrar los ojos a la vida maravillosa que podemos tener si tuviéramos un enfoque distinto, en todo aquello extraordinario que nos pasa o podría pasarnos. Estos días han sido para demostrarme a mí misma lo valiente que puedo ser cuando me lo proponga, lo capaz que soy de dejar cualquier problema atrás solo por ir tras aquello que anhelo y realizo con el corazón. Y sí, no tenemos que demostrarle a nadie más que somos capaces de eso o más, con que nosotros lo entendamos es suficiente. Como dije una vez, estamos en una época donde las excusas no valen más y los sueños, se cumple a diario
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Two weeks from today we’ll be getting things set up in the incredible event space @nativehostels! We can’t thank them enough for their hospitality, vision and support of creative endeavors. Easily one of the most rad places we’ve ever stepped foot in. Check em out! #communityeverywhere
Please read this for Euranis Open Q&A session!
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MATERNITY NEEDS OF CHINESE AND WHITE CAUCASIAN WOMEN
A study was done in 1991-1993 investigating the multicultural content of midwifery education. There was very little in the midwifery curriculum and literature about the maternity needs of Chinese people. Informal research in Hull identified the need for further research, which aimed to study and compare maternity needs of Chinese and White Women with reference to access to maternity services and care, focusing upon communication. The research further aimed to gain insight into the uptake of services by Chinese Women compared to White Women and the effectiveness of the maternity services to meet their needs.
Ninety-seven women participated in 146 indepth interviews. The interviews of a pre-study facilitated the development of a qualitative thematic approach to conduct indepth interviews with 20 Chinese and 20 white women up to 6 months following the birth of their babies, and a separate but similar sample of pregnant Chinese and White women were interviewed in pregnancy and following the postnatal period for the main study. An eclectic approach to data analysis was used to combine aspects of grounded theory with the use of Statistical Packages Social Sciences for counting and identifying patterns.
The women had to deal with the tensions presented by the differences in lay and traditional approaches to pregnancy and childbearing compared with professional advice and expectations. These tensions were greater for Chinese Women who have distinctive maternity needs based upon the ancient Chinese system of Humoral medicine, which impose restrictions upon diet, and behaviour throughout the maternity period. The inadequacy of communication and the lack of appropriate advocacy and interpreting services were often detrimental to their health and welfare. Hospital diet was mostly inappropriate for Chinese and White Women and many experienced hunger in hospital during the postnatal period.
I only came to this CLE to get some face time with a federal judge before whom I'll be doing a sentencing hearing on a gun case in January. I rode up on the elevator with him and didn't recognize him (without his robe). I was like, "Why is this handsome gentleman with a folder sneaking repeated glances at me??" 😂🙄😭#chicago#lawyer#attorney#ladylawyer#lawyerlady#conference#autumn2017