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Our free to attend Maternity, Midwifery and Baby professional study days continue to grow in popularity with midwives and allied healthcare practitioners wanting to update their skills and keep on top of revalidation requirements and as a vehicle for organisations and companies to engage with our large professional audience.
In 2017, we will be making it even easier for midwives and their colleagues around the UK to participate, with MMB events in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Healthcare Professionals at MMB London 2017 said:
"A must attend for CPD and NMC revalidation."
"This conference is a great place for any new or experienced midwife, maternity champion or parent to start their future, train and gain information from top top experts."
"Relaxed, friendly, great speakers – love the tech and all the options to catch up/revisit presentations."
"Brilliant! Each midwife should definitely attend once in their lives."
Informative and interesting – should be mandatory for all midwives."
"One stop shop for all midwives."
If you missed MMB Manchester 2016 watch the video below to see Professor Jacqueline Dunkley Bent from NHS England address our audience.
Call for papers
We are seeking papers for presentation on a range of topics, including:
- Bringing in 'better births’ for mothers and babies
- Putting research & evidence into practice
- Changing workplace culture
- The leadership challenge
- International perspectives and projects
- Midwives making a difference
If you would like to submit a paper for presentation, then click here to find out how to submit an abstract.
Deadline: Tuesday 31st January 2017.
We look forward to meeting you in Bristol on Wednesday 5th April 2017 for another insightful and educational series of presentations with high level, professional content and leading, expert speakers.
A fee of £149 plus VAT is applied to all other delegates wishing to attend. Places for non-healthcare professionals can be booked using this link.
Delegates settling in for a packed day at the recent 2016 MMB Forums