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Lane Galvin, midwife at the Midwifery Led Unit (MLU), Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda, chats with Mary McCarthy about her love for her job – despite being so busy she often has no time to eat – and the role she plays in the lives of new mothers

Midwife Lane Galvin works in Our Lady of Lourdes Drogheda

I was only 17 when I did my Leaving Cert in 2014, and I had a few careers in mind – nursing, politics, human rights – something where I could advocate and make changes.

And then my older sister had a baby in Drogheda and she had such amazing care through her pregnancy. I saw how important midwives were to her experience.

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