`Call the Midwife` Returns March 30 with Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Commentary


Good news for fans of Call the Midwife. Not only does a new season premiere on NPT and PBS stations on March 30,  we’ll be bringing back the Vanderbilt School of Nursing midwives every Monday morning — following the Sunday night broadcast — for morning-after recaps and analysis.  For the past two seasons, Michelle Collins PhD, CNM, and Margaret Buxton MSN CNM, guided by Kathy Rivers, Communications Director at VUMC/Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, have graciously provided  historical and contemporary context on the show and created some fun discussion. As a bonus this year, we’ll also have occasional recaps by Rachel Sykes, who’s watched the show on the BBC and will provide a unique UK-perspective. Sykes, who did a practicum at the Vanderbilt School of Nursing in the summer 0f 2013,  is a registered midwife and graduate from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Passionate about the midwifery profession and a keen advocate of normal birth, she currently practices in a busy maternity unit in the Northwest of England.

Join us on the blog on wnpt.org beginning March 31 for the first recap, and be sure to tune in for the first episode of Season 3 of Call the Midwife on Sunday, March 30 at 7:00 p.m. CDT. If you’re just now getting caught up on the first two seasons, or want to get a taste of the VUMC recaps, they are all archived on the blog.


Watch a Preview of Call the Midwife Season 3:


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