Poster Presentations

NHS Ayrshire and Arran: Vulnerable Families Maternity Team
Elaine Moore, Clinical Midwifery Manager In-Patient/Outpatient Services, Ayrshire Maternity Unit
Caroline Star, Chair of Board and Sharon Wood, Project Manager, CMV Action
OBSTRACT and the art of delivery – how to prevent trauma to the obstetric tract during childbirth
Dr Gloria Esegbona, OBGYN, Midwife and Winston Churchill Fellow 2015, Kings College Learning Institute
iBumps teenage pregnancy service
Sam Nightingale and Tracy Standbridge-Boyle, Teenage Pregnancy Project Midwives, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust/Coventry City Council
What do midwives want in an online intervention designed to support them in work-related psychological distress? Results from a Delphi Study
Sally Pezaro, PhD Research Student, Coventry University
Supporting vulnerable families
Jilly Ireland, Community Midwife, Supervisor of Midwives and Ruth Evans, Health Visitor and Practice Teacher, Poole NHS Hospitals Foundation Trust
A student reflection on dignity in midwifery care
Ilana Pizer Mason, Student Midwife (year 3), Middlesex University/ Whittington Hospital
Pilot of a cluster randomised controlled trial of community midwifery training – a psychological approach for preventing perinatal depression
Julia Austin, Consultant Midwife, Molly Patterson, Research Midwife and Traolach [Terry] Brugha, Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Research, University Hospitals of Leicester Trust
24 hour labour line: Rethinking telephone support for women during early labour
Marie Nott, Midwifery Lecturer, Professional Practice in Health Sciences, University of Southampton
Another twinkle in the eye’ – the need for additional support for those contemplating another pregnancy after perinatal mental illness
Elaine Hanzak, Author, ‘Eyes without sparkle: a journey through postnatal illness’ and ‘Another Twinkle in the Eye’
Working in a low resource practice with with Medecins Sans Frontieres in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Claire Reading, Freelance Midwife
Reaching out: babies who have a limb difference
Frank Letch, REACH Ambassador
Snuggle Bundle
Pamela Higgins, Maternity Quality Improvement Collaborative Lead, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
Violence against women
Ogwen Group - Andrea Thomas, Megi Elliott, Enfys Roberts, Hannah Eastwood and Natalie Pugh, Student Midwives (Year 2), Bangor University