Each Baby Counts is the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG’s) national quality improvement programme, launched in October 2014, aiming to halve the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled as a result of preventable incidents
The alleviation of patient pain associated with perineal wounds after labour is a frequent problem faced by health professionals which has few obvious solutions.
For new mums; tears, bruising, swelling and episiotomies are just a few causes of pain and discomfort
Recently there have been some real steps forward towards reducing group B Strep (GBS) infections in newborn babies. In September, the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) published their updated clinical guideline on preventing early-onset group B Strep infection(i).
As we rapidly approach the time for fireworks, hot chocolate & cosy nights in for two, we have a rough idea of what the outcome of this can be and what will most likely be happening in about 9 months’
9,000 businesses with over 250 employees, plus public bodies, are now on a steep learning curve to report their gender pay gap by April 2018 and shape their response and reaction accordingly.
The 2nd Annual Gender Pay Gap programme and online
The Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business at the University of East London has announced the nominees for the 4th Annual Global Equality & Diversity (GED) Awards, the prestigious yearly celebration that recognises outstanding individuals and organisations developing
Scotland’s first Festival of Maternity and Midwifery takes place on Tuesday 28th November 2017 in Edinburgh.
The festival is part of the Maternity & Midwifery event series – free to attend, regional professional development forums for midwives, health visitors, other allied
Analysts in the UK and USA may conclude that government support of the diversity and inclusion agenda has produced D&I fatigue in business (as highlighted in this HR article) as well as resentment in the “native” electorates that contributed to the
Considering the location of this problem, it is not surprising to find that this is rather a taboo subject for many expectant ladies. Having already learned to adapt to the changing body, and what life will be like with a