By Joanne Cull et al on 21 June 2022
There is a robust body of evidence, accumulated over the decades, which shows that limited English proficiency is a key factor associated with poorer maternal and neonatal outcomes. Our work as midwives and researchers has led us to believe ...
By Helen Janiszewski on 24 August 2023
Dr Helen Janiszewski takes us through her journey into clinical academia whilst highlighting the importance of her work with IBD and pregnancy in the latest instalment of #MIDIRSMonthly.
By Joy Kemp, Global Professional Advisor, The Royal College of Midwives on 08 March 2023
We are celebrating International Women's Day by looking back at the RCM's partnership with Bangladesh midwives with a special mention of Sangita Saha Prema, General Secretary of the Bangladesh Midwifery Society.
on 25 July 2022
The Postdoctoral Nursing and Midwifery Colloquium 2022 will be held 30 September and is organised by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Nursing & Midwifery, in collaboration with the NIHR Nursing & Midwifery Incubator.
By Doctoral Research Student at the University of East Anglia, Li Li on 18 July 2022
My research aims to investigate the most effective use of interpreting modalities, i.e., face-to-face interpreting (F2F), telephone interpreting (TI) or video-mediated interpreting (VMI) in maternity settings where healthcare providers ...