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Climate Change for Maternity and Midwifery

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Climate Change for Maternity & Midwifery
A hostile environment is growing towards midwifery. Death threats on social media to the General Secretary of the Royal College of Midwives. Royal Colleges write to the Times deploring abuse of staff. Midwives and their allies need to support the RCM and their General Secretary Gill Walton. How has it......
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The Student Midwife Experience Festival | 10 November 2021

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The Student Midwife Experience Festival
Visit the Student Midwife Experience website. The 1st National Student Midwife Experience Festival takes place on Wednesday 10 November online and with a networking hub and exhibition in Manchester. Created with student midwives for student midwives and brought to you by The Student Midwife Journal, All4Maternity, The Nursing and Midwifery......
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Midwifery staffing shortage: midwives voices

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Midwifery staffing shortage: midwives voices
Photo courtesy of Unsplash A few weeks ago I posted a blog that discussed midwifery staffing shortage. It provoked an unprecedented response from midwives in the UK highlighting some of the current challenges they face. It seemed only right to follow up on that article, especially since another news report......
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The Hepatitis-B Antenatal Screening and selective neonatal immunisation quality improvement project: improving the quality of care of women with hepatitis B in pregnancy and their babies

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The hepatitis B antenatal screening and selective neonatal immunisation quality improvement project
Photo courtesy Mat Napo on Unsplash This programme is unique in the childhood immunisation programme because actually what we are doing here is vaccinating these babies against a disease to which they have already been exposed so the timeliness of these vaccines is absolutely vital. A review of the hepatitis......