on 22 September 2021
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a report on safety, equity and engagement in maternity services that highlights the need for maternity safety improvements to be prioritised.
on 13 February 2020
The guidelines, which have been produced as the second largest Ebola outbreak continues in the Democratic Republic of Congo, are new guidelines for midwives and allied health professionals who are supporting pregnant or breastfeeding women ...
on 20 January 2020
Proposals to transform maternity services across Somerset and Wiltshire have been approved, which aim to make better use of resources and give women more choice on where to have their babies.
on 17 January 2020
A study which looked at private, employer-provided insurance plans for families in the US found that out-of-pocket costs for childbirth has increased, despite reforms under the US Affordable Care Act.
on 07 January 2020
The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hamburg and the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) have made the city one of the first in Germany to introduce a third-level midwifery training course
on 03 January 2020
A study has evaluated and recommended the City Birth Trauma Scale which is the only questionnaire developed to diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in women following childbirth.
on 19 December 2019
A team from Valencia’s Polytechnic University (UPV) and the City’s Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe has developed a new technique that could help predict the success of labour induction during the first hour which it is applied.
on 13 December 2019
West Middlesex University Hospital Chief Midwifery Officer Tonie Neville was given a special send off for her retirement after serving over 35 years with the Trust and 40 years with the NHS.