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The Papers | Maternity and Midwifery Forum

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News Headlines 2024 Stay abreast of key messages and developments and ensure you stay in touch with your peers. Refresh this each week to find the latest headlines picked out by the Maternity and Midwifery Forum’s editorial team. W/B Monday the 8th April 2024 Black women in England suffer more......
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The Papers | Maternity and Midwifery Forum

Debra
News Headlines 2023 Stay abreast of key messages and developments and ensure you stay in touch with your peers. Refresh this each week to find the latest headlines picked out by the Maternity and Midwifery Forum’s editorial team.   W/B Monday the 1st of May 2023   Midwives vote to......
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Maternity Care: Where are we going now the world has changed, and how will we get there?

Debra
The world changing global Covid19 pandemic has thrown us all, everywhere, into an existential crisis. For midwives and all of us working in and with maternity services, the responsibility of this crisis is profound. Not only does our care in this pandemic have an impact on present generations, but our......
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Cervical cancer prevention: the role of the midwife

Debra
In this blog Hannah Wright, Policy & Public Affairs Assistant at Jo’s Cervical Cancer trust encourages midwives to support in cervical cancer prevention   January 17th – 23rd marks Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of HPV vaccination, cervical screening, and treatment for cervical cell changes.......
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Blue Monday

Debra
Twitter: MidwivesInMind Instagram: MidwivesInMind Tina South is ¼ of MidwivesinMind, alongside her like-minded team of midwives, Kara Davies, Stacey Keane and Julie Roberts (We come as a four!) Monday 17th January 2022, is not your average Monday, and although in the current midwifery climate, it might be a ‘Manic Monday’,......