Midwives and other healthcare professionals are at the forefront of caring for and safeguarding their clients’ wellbeing but It can be hard to keep up with developments in healthcare policy and clinical practice.
The new professional duty to report FGM in young girls is an example of how your role is changing and the new knowledge and skills you'll need to develop.
Maternity, Midwifery and Baby are free to attend, regional professional development forums for midwives, health visitors, other allied healthcare professionals wishing to update their skills and knowledge around key issues.
These events attract high level, professional content and speakers with a large exhibition offering the latest products, launches and careers opportunities.
Free to attend for all healthcare practitioners, these professional study days continue to grow in popularity, as a way for midwives to update their professional development portfolios for NMC revalidation and as a vehicle for organisations and companies to engage with our large professional audience.
A fee of £149 plus VAT is applied to all other delegates wishing to attend and places for non-healthcare professionals can be booked using this link.
If you missed MMB Birmingham, watch Sarah Chapman’s presentation on the evidence for everyday midwifery: bringing research and practice together though social media here.
Delegates settling in for a packed day at the recent London 2016 and Birmingham 2016 Maternity, Midwifery and Baby Forums
And here is what some of our delegates at the recent London 2016 Midwifery Forum said:
An excellent, inspiring, fast paced event. Appreciate that it is free to attend. Sue Watson, Clinical Practice Facilitator
Really good, informative date for all maternity based healthcare professionals. Amy Williamson, Midwife
Very interesting and informative, re-lit my enthusiasm for midwifery. Margaret Clarke, Midwife
Well planned, organised day which will help me to change my practice and share with other colleagues. Karen Lewis, Specialist Midwife
Good networking with colleagues around the country. Really enthusiastic speakers with great knowledge. Joyle Lynch, Midwife