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This website aims to offer you information on having a home birth in Ireland, to comment on current issues affecting home birth in Ireland, to offer birth stories and testimonials related to home birth, to share the research on home birth and to introduce you to some of the interesting figures in the home birth community in Ireland

Posting on behalf of a student midwife

Hi My name is Rebecca Minihane and I am a 3rd year midwifery student in Trinity College Dublin / Rotunda Hospital. As a part of our training we have the wonderful opportunity to undertake a one week elective placement in a field of our interest - which for myself would be homebirth. I was hoping to get in touch with a homebirth midwife with the hope of working with them for a week during the summer to attend antenatal/postnatal visits, classes and support groups and hopefully the possibility to attend a birth. Thank you
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Fabulous freely available handbook to C-birth in Ireland launched by Aims Ireland yesterday in the TCD School of Nursing and Midwifery. There is a whole chapter in it about Home Birth After Cesarean in Ireland. There was also a talk from a mother who had experienced a home birth birth after a previous caesarean birth. Wonderful to see people talking about HBAC in Ireland again. Vital given our 33% c birth rate. ...

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Home Birth Support meeting is taking place this Sunday at 2 pm in the home of Jason and Sarah Keogh Goforth ,18 Edenmore crescent ,Raheny , Dublin 5 . 0858708703 . All pregnant people babies and partners welcome. Pm or phone Sarah for directions ...

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