Birth Small Talk

Talking about birth

A year of Birth Small Talk

Photo by Emiliana Hall on Unsplash

It’s been a year since BirthSmallTalk came into existence. Over the past year, I have published 54 posts – basically one a week with a few extras. 225 people have signed up to follow the blog on WordPress. Just over 38,000 people have visited the website. People from 122 different countries have dropped by for a visit – from places as diverse as Nepal, the Isle of Man, Lagos, South Korea, and Yemen. The people who access the website mostly come from Australia and the United Kingdom. The most popular post was about the risks of CTG monitoring https://birthsmalltalk.com/2020/06/18/risks-of-ctg-monitoring-part-1/ with 11,000 views. 

I’d like to thank each and every one of you who has visited the website over the past year. I never in my wildest dreams imagined that so many people would read my work. What was your favourite post from the past year? Are there any topics you would love to see me write about in 2021?

Categories: Reflections

1 reply

  1. Kirsten, I’d love to see you write about the challenges with changing accepted practice, even when that accepted practice is harmful and downright wrong. What can we do to shift that inertia to something wholesome?

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