Call The Midwife… Then, Now And In The Future
Summary: We might think that a book about midwifery in London in the 1950s is of little practical relevance today; but how wrong could we be? The true tales which Jennifer Worth (1935- 2011) relates in her Call the Midwife trilogy, now being televised by the BBC, are not as some suppose stories removed from the realities of the present time. They connect very directly with our current lives for at least two critically important reasons.
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Posted on January 18, 2012, in Articles Posted On Hilary's Professional Website, Travel and tagged 1950s, BBC, Call the Midwife, East End, Family, Jennifer Worth, London, Midwifery, NHS, Public Services, Travel. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Call The Midwife… Then, Now And In The Future.