16 Apr 2015
April 16, 2015

Nils and Jill in Spain (1)

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The long trip via London to Spain and the jet lag meant that we were very relieved to see our friend Kika, (Dr Carmaela Baeza) and be taken to her family home. What a privilege to have friends in so many parts of the world!… I often think that working with mothers and babies and.. read more →

16 Apr 2015
April 16, 2015

Nils and Jill in the USA (3)

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All trips have highlights, but afterwards there is also a longlasting glow of happy memories of meeting wonderful people, sharing a passion for making a difference to mothers and babies. This post comes with an inadequate selection of photos, and our sincere  thanks to everybody that made our trip amazing. I am sure we posed.. read more →

16 Apr 2015
April 16, 2015

Nils and Jill in the USA (2)

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This blog is behind: one of the hazards of modern travel is that one keeps up to date with all the latest versions of aeroplane viruses that appear: some enforced rest follows. Need a better anti-virus for aeroplane mode! Conferences are exciting, but people who come to them make a choice aligned to their convictions… read more →

28 Mar 2015
March 28, 2015

Nils and Jill in the USA

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Nils and I have just come back from 5 weeks of travelling in USA, Spain, Sweden and UK. We each did about 30 talks total so it was a whirlwind tour! Here are some pieces from the USA. We landed in Cleveland to stay with Susan Ludington  who heads up the USIKC (United States Institute.. read more →

The Neuroscience of Birth – and the Case for Zero Separation The greatest myth of all…  “Mothers and babies should be cared for separately.” “Mothers need their rest, babies need their observations. They also need to learn to be strong and independent”. Zero Separation means exactly what it says. The neuroscience of Birth is totally.. read more →