SEASON 7 | EPISODE 9
Highlights from the Northern Maternity & Midwifery Festival
Live from 7-8pm, Wednesday 22 June 2022
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Highlights from the Northern Materntity & Midwifery Festival
- Cancer and pregnancy awareness: seeing the symptoms
- Supporting women and families fleeing at time of crisis
Sue Macdonald, Midwifery Expert, Mayes Midwifery
Wendy Warrington (Wanda), Safeguarding Families Specialist Practitioner, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Pete Wallroth, Chief Executive and Founder, Mummys Star
Midwifery Expert, Mayes Midwifery
Wendy Warrington (Wanda)
Safeguarding Families Specialist Practitioner, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Chief Executive and Founder, Mummys Star
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Wednesday 29 June 2022
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