An obstetrician who delivered the babies of various Australian celebrities has been instructed to follow mentoring sessions for a number of exercises on & # 39; contemporary best evidence & # 39 ;.
Cathryn Curtin was commissioned by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia to be guided in baby food, safe sleeping and advertising responsibility.
The order comes after five women complain to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency about an Instagram message about breastfeeding.
The author of the parenting book & # 39; The First Six Weeks & # 39; Three days before the birth of AFL WAG Brooke Cotchin & # 39; s third child, Parker, was notified by the nurse watchdog according to the Herald Sun.
Colleague WAG Rebecca Judd praised Mrs. Curtin as a & # 39; guardian angel &, while Cotchin described her as the queen of the baby & # 39; s after she both helped with their birth.
Cathryn Curtin (right) was notified three days before the birth of Brooke Cotchin & # 39; s third child, Parker (with Mrs. Cotchin, left) by the nurse watchdog
Soccer WAG Rebecca Judd (left) has praised Mrs. Curtin (right) as a & # 39; guardian angel & # 39;
Mrs. Curtin, who has delivered over 10,000 babies & # 39; s, must complete six one-hour mentoring sessions with an & # 39; experienced registered obstetrician & # 39; under & # 39; contemporary best proof & # 39 ;.
She must also submit a report that she & # 39; has considered the issues that led to the condition that they should be present for mentoring & # 39 ;.
A spokeswoman for Mrs. Curtin told Daily Mail Australia that she had been instructed to undergo mentoring after five women had filed a complaint with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency about an Instagram message about breastfeeding.
& # 39; Cath is a strong supporter of continuing education and will embrace the 6 mentoring sessions she will undertake as part of the conditions imposed by the Nursing Midwifery Board Of Australia, & # 39; said the spokeswoman.
A spokeswoman for the midwifery council told Daily Mail Australia that they are limited in what they can say about an individual practitioner.
& # 39; In general … Conditions may be imposed on the registration of a practitioner for disciplinary reasons, such as a finding that a practitioner has deviated from accepted professional standards; or, non-disciplinary reasons, including a practitioner who returns to work after a longer break, & thus the statement.
Channel 9 television presenter Rebecca Maddern, who is in favor of Mrs. Curtin's book, has defended the midwife.
& # 39; The long poppy syndrome strikes again. How disappointing a minority group with an agenda to push can undermine the reputation of an exemplary midwife, it's disgraceful, ”she told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; I followed Midwife Cath's guidelines, which took care of mum, bub, and dad, and I had an almost perfect start to motherhood with the happiest baby in the world. & # 39;
Brooke Cotchin (center) and Richmond captain Trent Cotchin (left) welcomed their newborn son Parker Foxx Cotchin (photo) on July 27 after a caesarean section
The first book by Mrs. Curtin, & # 39; The First Six Weeks & # 39 ;, was published with an approval from Rebecca Judd.
& # 39; Cath Curtin is my guardian angel … My family is always happy, healthy and slept well thanks to Cath, & # 39; read Mrs. Judd's comment.
Brooke Cotchin thanked Mrs. Curtin for her & # 39; continued support & # 39; for & # 39; constantly answering my calls at all hours & # 39; on Instagram.
The midwife has also been praised by The Biggest Loser & Tiffiny Hall and Footy Show host Rebecca Maddern.
The first book by Mrs. Curtin, & # 39; The First Six Weeks & # 39 ;, was published with an approval from Rebecca Judd
Emma Hawkins, the wife of Geelong Cats, Tom Hawkins, also delighted on Mrs. Curtin's second book, & # 39; After Six Weeks & # 39; on Instagram.
& # 39; For each new parent, I always recommend Caths' books or, if you can, consult one-on-one before or after baby for practical and realistic advice tailored to you and your baby, & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; I have been so lucky that Cath was with the girls in my life.
& # 39; She was in my Belles delivery room and is number two in my phone favorites. & # 39;
Mrs. Curtin said she will continue to give parental advice to young parents despite the latest statement from the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
Emma Hawkins (photo), the wife of Geelong Cats forward Tom Hawkins, also delighted on Mrs. Curtin's second book, & # 39; After Six Weeks & # 39; on Instagram
& # 39; She was in my Belles delivery room and is number two in my phone favorites, & # 39; wrote Mrs. Hawkins on Instagram
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