We’ve all heard of ‘Continuity of Carer’ in midwifery – it is a key component of the NHS’ move towards Better Births. Not so long ago, the (private) continuity of care service Neighbourhood Midwives in Walthamstow made the news when
A quantitative study with the completion of an online survey which aims to look into: How women from Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities feel about Perinatal mental health care for Low mood and Depression?
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The number of people seeking asylum in Scotland has increased in recent years – and some of them arrive with very complex health needs. Scotland provides free access to primary and secondary healthcare to asylum seekers, no matter the status
In most contexts, ‘normal’ is a boring word – but within the world of maternity and midwifery it is a contentious one.
Between them, Sheena Byrom OBE and Professor Soo Downe OBE have some 75 years of experience in midwifery practise.
The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is looking for midwives and healthcare professionals to take part in their pilot programme for digital maternity exemption certificates.
The digital scheme is a quicker and cheaper alternative to the paper FW8 application form
Midwives from across the North of England were recently honoured at the second annual Northern Maternity & Midwifery Festival Awards.
The Awards ceremony took place at at Old Trafford Football Stadium in Manchester on Tuesday 25th June, the big winners on the day included Cathy
A report published today by the charities Birth Companions and Birthrights highlights the need for a more proactive, integrated approach to addressing the maternity care needs of women experiencing multiple disadvantages during pregnancy and early motherhood.
Through in-depth interviews with women
The Northern Maternity & Midwifery Festival 2019 takes place on Tuesday 25th June at Old Trafford Football Stadium, Manchester.
We are expecting around 600 midwives and healthcare professionals to join us on the day, but if you are unable to attend
The UK Health and Social Care Secretary announced new plans for better mental health and wellbeing care for NHS midwives, based on the HEE report on the mental health and wellbeing of NHS staff and learners.
In her extremely popular presentation