The Latin American education system has gone through major reforms recently. The region is one of the world’s most important markets for outbound student mobility, and is expected to become the third largest global region for international higher education recruitment
Bolton midwives will also be delivering their maternity services from a fully refurbished and modern freestanding midwifery-led maternity unit in Salford later this year, the only one of its kind in Greater Manchester.
Salford Birth Centre, which currently operates from Salford
Sian Webb at Gapsquare, a tech start-up which uses data science to reduce the gender pay gap, compares the Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Green, UKIP and Women’s Equality Party election promises about pay disparity
The snap general election was mainly been
My name is Catherine Anderson. I am currently studying MSc Health Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University. I would like to invite you to participate in this research study about the behaviours you use to manage sleep duration and quality, in
The key to preparing for a holiday with an allergic child is to plan ahead and develop an individual risk management plan to meet the needs of the infant or child. This includes avoidance strategies to reduce the risk of
Limbs & Things launch new C-Section Module for teaching the safe delivery of a deeply impacted fetal head
Earlier this year, a multi-professional team of experts from around the world attended a 2-day symposium in the historic city of Bath, UK. Aimed at midwives, obstetricians and anaesthetists, the symposium focused on safety and quality improvements in maternity care.
Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, the Maternity, Midwifery and Baby Birmingham returns to Edgbaston Stadium on the 30th June 2017.
(You’ve already registered your free place, right? No? Register here now!)
Keynote speakers at this year’s professional study day have
Taking place on Friday 5th May, the theme for International Day of the Midwife 2017 is “Midwives, Mothers and Families: Partners for Life!”.
Midwives everywhere understand that by working in partnership with women and their families they can support them to
Vaginal wetness is common during pregnancy. Around 20% of pregnant women report to hospital or birth units reporting wetness. In most cases, it is harmless, resulting from urinary incontinence or changes to the vaginal secretions. However, dampness may indicate a
Easy and non-invasive, Panorama® requires just a simple blood draw as early as 9 weeks into pregnancy. More accurate than traditional maternal serum screening, the test can determine whether your baby is at higher risk for chromosomal abnormalities such as