A new global data resource for midwives and maternity services was launched online last week at the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) triennial conference. The Global Midwives Hub is a join venture between the ICM and Direct Relief, a United
In 2011, one of the Society of African and Caribbean Midwives (SoAC) leaders embarked on the journey of becoming a Mary Seacole Leadership.
In the words of Martin Luther King Jr ‘Take the first step. You don’t have to see the
The role of the midwife has certainly expanded since I started my training in 1981 and I continue to be amazed at the wonderful work my colleagues engage with.
Sarah Leach, is one such midwife who ‘goes the extra mile’ when
This year Cancer and Pregnancy Awareness Week is focusing on when cancer can no longer be cured.
We know this may be difficult for some people think about, but it is the reality for some of the Mums Mummy’s Star support.
Is it OK to have ‘Just the one’ while pregnant?
There are often mixed messages about whether it’s OK to drink alcohol while pregnant. But is it safe to have ‘Just the one’?
Current UK guidance from the Chief Medical officers
Almost 7,500 healthcare professionals have now signed up to be able to send digital certificates.
Midwives, practice nurses and health visitors can register to issue digital maternity exemption certificates on the NHS Business Services Authority website.
Pregnant women and mothers with a
Welcome to the Midlands Maternity & Midwifery Online Festival 2021!
The Midlands Maternity and Midwifery Festival 2021 will be live streamed on this page on Tuesday 20th April 2021. A day of leadership, education and clinical updates to keep you abreast
Last week saw the celebratory meeting online to report on the fifth year of progress of the Better Births maternity transformation for England.
For those unfamiliar with Better Births, back in 2015 a country-wide consultation process took place to consider how
The Group B Strep in Pregnancy & Babies Virtual Conference takes place on Wednesday 2nd June 2021. View the full programme here and book your conference tickets here.
Group B Strep is usually a harmless bacterium and carrying it has no
Participants invited to take part in a survey which explores the needs and care of perinatal women from ethnic minority backgrounds in Lancashire and South Cumbria
We are researchers from the University of Central Lancashire who are undertaking a project funded by the Lancashire and South Cumbria Local Maternity System. The study aims to explore the experiences of maternity care and mental health needs and support