Louis Theroux’s latest documentary ‘Mothers On the Edge’ shone a light on the terrifying realities of psychosis in new mothers – however amongst midwives and health visitors the volume of conversation around post-partum mental health has been steadily rising for
SiMBA (https://www.simbacharity.org.uk) is here to support anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby during pregnancy or shortly after birth.
Working in conjunction with CHAS (https://www.chas.org.uk/) SiMBA are delighted to offer a series of FREE Person Centred Bereavement,
With the number of homeless deaths having risen in the past 5 years, it’s more vital than ever that homeless people have choices regarding their end-of-life care.
Providing homeless people with these choices is a courtesy often overlooked but one that
Maternity services are under increased debate.
Rethinking methods of delivery, personalisation of care pushing back against increased caesarean sections and increased focus on postnatal care. Into this mix groups of midwives, of which 121 midwives are an example, are working outside
The 4th annual Festival of Higher Education at the University of Buckingham takes place on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th June 2019.
This event brings together the leading minds from the education sector to dissect the major issues facing HE. Join
The Video Box Set of the Festival of Higher Education 2019 is now available to watch on demand.
The 4th annual Festival of Higher Education at the University of Buckingham took place on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th June 2019.
In a week of fevered speculation about how Archie, the son of the Duchess of Sussex’s was to be born it was clear that, whatever finally happened, whether it was a home birth or at the private Portland Hospital, the
Leeds was in the news for the success of a local programme on childhood obesity. An example of a bottom up initiative working with parents, integrated, rather than lecturing about obesity.
Gina Rowlands, Managing Director and Dr Gemma Ashwell, GP & Academic
Watching the start of the “infected Blood Enquiry” into the 1970s contaminated blood products scandal which had such devastating effect on the haemophiliac community and others is hard. 3000 died. The Enquiry started with heart rending testimonials from those affected,