RSM Interview: Karen Evans & Anonymous Free

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In this interview, mother Karen Evans sustained a fourth-degree tear when giving birth to her child. Here she explains the physical and emotional consequences and how she needed to return to the workplace to empower self-esteem.

The second interview is with a mother who lost her job as a lawyer because of an undetected third-degree tear causing permanent incontinence of waste despite a raft of therapies. Here she explains the need for better education, training and awareness of the risk of these injuries in pregnancy. The speech for this interview has been distorted to protect the speaker.

Length: 00:13:25

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13:34

Ms Julie Frohlich, Midwife, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. 

Ms Yvette Perston, Functional Bowel Clinical Nurse Specialist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

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13:25

Ms Karen Evans, Physiotherapist, Burchfield Physiotherapy.

Anonymous Speaker. Speech has been distorted to protect the speaker.

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09:01

Ms Sara Webb, Specialist Perineal Midwife, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust.

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chairman, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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15:11

Professor Khaled Ismail, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.

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10:20

Professor Doreen McClurg, Physiotherapist.

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07:18

Professor Michael Keighley, Colorectal Surgeon, and President of The MASIC Foundation.

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11:58

Ms Julia Herbert, Continence Physiotherapist.

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11:54

Ms Yvette Perston, Functional Bowel Clinical Nurse Specialist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

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16:41

Ms Camilla Palmer QC (Hon), Employment Lawyer and Judge, Joint CEO, Your Employment Settlement Service.

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