MMB provided us with the perfect platform to engage with those already in professional practice and looking at their development goals. The whole thing couldn’t have gone any smoother.
Jamie Barker, Middlesex University
Maternity, Midwifery and Baby 2016 continues to grow and attract record audiences.
1,142 midwives, health visitors, academics and student midwives came together to attend or watch live online February’s Maternity, Midwifery and Baby Forum in London.
Over 2000 delegates have already registered to attend the Birmingham MMB Forum, from a varied range of disciplines.
Job titles currently include:
- Head of Midwifery
- Childbirth educator
- Community midwife
- Breastfeeding counsellor
- Clinical midwifery manager
- Clinical quality improvement manager
- Diabetic specialist midwife
- Health visitor
- Independent midwife
- Health inspector
- Integrated midwife
- Midwife sonographer
- Midwife team leader
- Midwifery matron
- Obstetrics theatre sister
- Practice development midwife
- Supervisor of midwives
- Quality assurance manager
- Senior midwife
- Specialist midwives – diabetes, young parents, safeguarding, sexual health, asylum seekers and homeless
Free, on demand, access to the filmed presentations and podcasts make it an essential educational resource for healthcare professionals (video and podcasts from last year’s London MMB have been accessed over 50,000 times since the event).
Find out how your organisation can sponsor a seminar, creating a bespoke, branded, 30 minute video that will not only be circulated to midwives all over the UK through our marketing channels, but will be available to the sponsor for their own promotional activity.
In addition to this, our ‘exhibitor spotlight’ features in our marketing campaigns ensure you start the conversation early with our audience, engaging with not just our delegates on the day, but 15,000 midwives, community nurses and allied professionals around the UK.
With our reputation for creating value for money, our pre and post event marketing campaigns, our geographical reach and our enthusiastic professional audiences, you’ll soon see why leading organisations have booked early to secure their place at the 2016 Maternity, Midwifery and Baby Forums
If you haven’t yet got in touch to find out what Birmingham 2016 can do for you, please contact me soon.
For more details of how these events can work for you, contact Karen Stewart on 07984 188166 or firstname.lastname@example.org