We are a research team from the School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh and Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Hull looking for practicing UK midwives to fill in a survey about advising pregnant women about alcohol.
The Being Midwife
She understood her craft, her confidence inspired
Calmly waiting near my side, as the birth transpired
And though I had fears, brought about from tales of old
She showed no trace of doubt, like a goddess strong and bold
For she’d got
Life for African Mothers (formerly Hope for Grace Kodindo) was formed following the screening of BBC Panorama’s “Dead Mums Don’t Cry” in 2005.
The programme showed the tragedy of maternal mortality in Chad, one of Sub-Saharan Africa’s poorest countries, where in
The General Election of 2015 is generally the forgotten election. Quickly overtaken by the Brexit referendum and the tumult of the 2017 Election and all things Brexit, it is a vague memory.
But it was a significant turning point in
Cambridge-based Baby Safe Ltd have announced a crowdfunding campaign for their ‘Safe Sleep Seat’, an innovative remotely reclining child car seat.
Entrepreneur, mother and former Police Office Lisa Walford has been working on designs for the product since her own daughters were
A new book by midwives from Aneurin Bevan University Health Board aims to promote confidence in the birth process and redress the balance of negative media around birth.
Written by Emma Mills, Clinical Research Midwife and Louise Taylor, Consultant Midwife, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Your Birth:
Midwives from Wales and the South West were honored at the inaugural Wales & South West Maternity & Midwifery Festival Awards last week.
The Maternity and Midwifery Forum Awards took place at Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday 20th September, with the
Professor Jean White CBE, the Chief Nursing Officer for Wales, has been announced as the keynote speaker at the Wales & South West Maternity & Midwifery Festival taking place at Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday 20th September 2018.
Professor Jean White
In this article, Victoria Joel (NSPCC Implementation Manager) and Emma Glendinning (Baby Steps Operational lead for Wiltshire, Salisbury Foundation Trust) share their learning from delivering Baby Steps, a perinatal educations programme for vulnerable parents-to-be.
They will discuss how through joint strategic
If you are a woman who is interested in taking the next step to become a candidate either locally or nationally, or who is interested in a career in public life this live streamed event is a must watch!