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  1. Science Aids Mothers

    Date released
    28 Feb 1949
    Series name
    Pathe News
    Issue no
    49/17
    NoS ID
    102795
    Story no
    2 / 4
    Extras
    1 film clip, 1 commentary sheet, 1 shot list

    Under a Private Members Bill, shortly to go before Parliament, Analgesia and Trilene - pain killing drugs for use in childbirth - will become available to every mother. Dr Fairfield of the National Birthday...

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  2. Treating Obstetric Fistula at Aberdeen Women’s Hospital (2011)

    Subject
    Health Education; Medical sciences; Women’s studies

    This short film depicts the work of Aberdeen Women’s Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone, which provides maternal healthcare for all women. It specialises in the treatment of obstetric fistula, and has...

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  3. Hayes on Sunday (1977)

    Genre
    Interview; Discussion

    Hayes on Sunday. The show looks at the GLC election campaign, the emphasis on the baby in childbirth, the film industry, and the first of the Nixon interviews.

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  4. Father arrested over natural childbirth (1982)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Brian Radley from Wolverhampton, after being prosecuted by his local health authority for delivering his wife, Michelle William’s baby at home without medical supervision. Interviewer not...

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  5. Unwanted medical treatment in childbirth (1982)

    Genre
    Interview

    Telephone interview with Jean Robinson of the General Medical Council (GMC) on setting up a maternity defence fund to protect women during labour who have received unwanted treatment from medical staff....

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  6. Abortion law changes (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with an unidentified female speaker on proposed changes to abortion law and the case of Susan Bradbury, who died in childbirth having previously requested an abortion. Female reporter not identified.

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  7. Midwife wins job back in tribunal (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    Midwife Chris Warren has won her test tribunal against Croydon health authority for dimissal 4 months ago for failing to call an assistant to a home birth. Chris says she’s delighted to be able to return...

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  8. Edwina Currie to improve women’s health (1986)

    Genre
    Press conference

    Edwina Currie, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health, on her campaign to improve women’s health. She calls for better and more joined-up services in childbirth, gynaecology, contraception and...

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  9. The London interview (1980)

    Genre
    Interview

    The London Interview. Professor Norman Morris, the first obstetrician to allow husbands to be present at the births of their children, says he wants to make childbirth in National Health Service hospitals a...

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  10. Elizabeth Caine regrets surrogate action (1985)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with the USA’s first commercial surrogate mother Elizabeth Caine on her feelings after giving up the baby she carried. Female interviewer not identified.

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