Midwifery Forum | Friday 30th June 2017

Edgbaston Stadium, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU

Free to RCM, RCN Members and Health Visitors

Latest Confirmed Speakers

Maternity, Midwifery & Baby is delighted to return to Birmingham on Friday 30th June 2017

A free to attend professional study day that continues to grow in popularity with all practitioners caring for mothers, babies and families who want to update their skills and gain over 10 hours towards their revalidation requirements.

Over 2000 midwives, health visitors and allied healthcare professionals signed up to attend last summer’s Maternity, Midwifery and Baby Forum in Birmingham, where they heard from leading experts on a wide range of topics including the latest thinking on still birth, domestic violence and the art of birthing.

It was a fantastic experience attracting an enthusiastic regional audience, from the most senior practitioners to a new generation of aspiring midwives.

Delegates settling in for MMB Bristol 2017

Healthcare Professionals at MMB Bristol 2017 said:

"A glorious gathering of maternity staff." Hannah Heath, Midwife
"As good as any conference I have paid for! Succinct and to the point presentations on a wide range of topics." Jillian Ireland, Midwifery Advocate for Quality
"Valuable way to get updated and regain passion in the profession." Karen Simmons, Midwife
"A valuable opportunity to showcase current projects and research findings in a relaxed, professional environment." Eleanor Day, Acupuncturist
"Enjoyable, empowering, encouraging and informative." Rosie Farrow, Midwife
"I have really enjoyed the day, listening to the speakers and moved by their passion for their subject." Wendy Benham, Midwife
"Great local day to attend – a good mixture of talks to leave food for thought and inspiration." Claire Lewis, Midwife
"A fantastic midwifery specific event that is great for current topics in midwifery services." Hazel Duckworth, Midwife
"Really informative and reminded me why I chose this journey. It came at a prime moment in my course as it’s got difficult – but I’m re-inspired." Aimee Arnold, Student Midwife

Exhibitors at MMB Bristol 2017 said:

"As an exhibitor, this conference is an essential addition to our events calendar." Premaitha Health
"Busy and really valuable - allowed us to share with lots of appropriate people our messages and the services we provide." Dogs Trust

Tweets from MMB Bristol 2017