My Maori Midwife

June 2020
12:44

June 11, 2020

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Kahlia, Jaz and Jax are studying to become midwives while they hold down part time jobs and raise their children. It's almost unachievable, but it's their dream.
13:42

Season 1 Episode 10

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Traditional cultural practices are taught to parents at an antenatal workshop and Waimarie plans a home birth with Zoey in a birthing pool.
13:38

Season 1 Episode 7

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Lissa Yates is a midwife clinical manager at Middlemore Hospital. She supports her team as they care for a large cross-section of women with all manner of complications during childbirth.
14:42

Season 1 Episode 9

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Midwife Camille, is passionate about empowering women to have positive birthing experiences. She faces a huge challenge with Cassey, whose baby has life threatening complications.
May 2020
14:20

Season 1 Episode 5

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Beatrice Leatham is studying for her PHD in midwifery. Her mother's birth primarily in hospital and she tries to ensure they have the traditional births they want.
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Season 1 Episode 6

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Colleen Brown cares for families in the Far North with a no-nonsense approach that often has them in fits of laughter. Rangimarie is overdue with her heart set on giving birth on her family land.
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Season 1 Episode 3

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Nicole Pihema is a midwife up North, passionate about caring for her people. In her care is first time mother Candice, who has a sense of humour, but is having difficulty pushing her baby out.
14:22

Season 1 Episode 4

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A new birthing unit opens in South Auckland and midwife, Waimarie cares for a young woman, Bailey, who wants a natural, normal birth.
14:56

Season 1 Episode 1

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Manya Lynch has been a midwife for over 20 years but she's about to face her biggest challenge yet, her daughter, Maia giving birth to her first grandchild.
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Season 1 Episode 2

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Waimarie and Camille are midwives who work in South Auckland and care primarily for Maori and Polynesian families. This week Wai has Hazel in her care, who is having her tenth baby.
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