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,
How did a female member of staff get a disciplinary warning for a day when she had a miscarriage?
What policy does her organisation have on period pain, menopause, postnatal depression, birth trauma, or are they all referred to occupational health
To the public the practice of midwifery seems timeless with a steady story of progress, increased knowledge and professional practice with added support from modern medicine, science and surgery.
A steady straight line of improvement in mortality, clinical practice and understanding.
Whether or not certain elements of the media are to be believed, it has recently been speculated that a certain Duchess is looking into the option of using water for labour and/or birth.
The media over the course of my waterbirth
Whether you’re newly pregnant or planning a pregnancy, you might be wondering about prenatal testing. The good news is, advances in technology mean there are more options for early and more accurate screening. A simple blood draw can usually give
Need to know what talent management will look like in 3 years?
Trying to build robust and innovative programmes to improve your organisation’s inclusiveness? Reporting to the board on changes to be made?
Join Ann Francke, CEO of the Chartered Management Institute; Bina Mehta,
Homelessness workers on the streets, in A&E and in charities deal with people experiencing the most extreme inequality.
This presentation connects their work to the growing debate about wellbeing across societies. They pick up the pieces. Even the government has been